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the Peace Society)’, Fraser’s Magazine, 610 (October 1880), pp. 490–500, http://search.proquest. com/docview/2617613 (accessed 24 September 2015). 17 Martin Ceadel referred to this position as ‘crusading’, but I am uncomfortable with this, given its historical association and current misuse by jihadists to describe Western military actions. 18 Olive Banks, Faces of Feminism: A Study of Feminism as a Social Movement (London: Blackwell, 1981). She referred to this particular strand of feminism as a ‘notion of female superiority that was accepted not only by women but

in Anarchism, 1914–18