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Susannah Clapp tells the story of Victorian-era campaigner Millicent Fawcett
(1847-1929), whose assertion that putting children on the stage was no different from sending them up chimneys or down mines resulted in a nationwide controversy, with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lewis Carroll and even the Queen becoming involved.


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