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In the 1990s, therefore, Jane Rendall and others called for a new gender history that would apply the themes raised by women's history to both sexes and would focus on the varied ways in which gender differences across time and place have been constructed and understood.
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In contrast to the period of 'first wave feminism' the study of women's history did not become lost once the WLM began to lose momentum. The Suffragette Fellowship and the Library of the London Society for Women's Service successor of the London women's suffrage organisation led by Millicent Fawcett were established in the 1920s to collect source material about the militant and constitutional sides of the movement respectively, while many campaigners produced autobiographies about the suffrage years.
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