Quotation by Emmeline Pankhurst

...the moving spirit of militancy is deep and abiding reverence for human life.
Emmeline Pankhurst (1858–1928), British suffragist and politician. My Own Story, book 3, ch. 4 (1914).

Pankhurst used militant techniques in her agitation for woman suffrage, including hunger strikes and deliberate provocation of arrest and imprisonment.
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