Suffragist and Suffragette Tactics
The most important benefit the Suffragist tactics is that everyone is guaranteed they will not be hurt or injured. They will persuade people to vote for them in a sensible and mature manner so that people would feel free to decide.
On the other hand, the downside to the Suffragist tactics is that people may not listen to such calm methods and might feel there is no major reason why they should vote for them. There is also another theory that it might take quite a long time to persuade people or these method techniques would make you look weak which would be extremely bad and may even be humiliating for the Suffragists.
The benefits of the Suffragette tactics is it will attract the public’s attention and would bring publicity to this cause.
In contrast, the drawback to such tactics may lead to people’s properties being damaged or it might create a negative attitude towards their ideas and may cause people to think that people who act like this clearly do not deserve the vote.
In conclusion, I think the Suffragist ways are evidently better for the general public as they are fully assured that no-one will get hurt. Also the people have a right to protest by hunger-strikes or even posters for instance so I’d undoubtedly support the peaceful Suffragist tactics.
however, very unpopular because he had made it clear that once he became Emperor he would make changes.
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