Taxation without Representation - Artists' Suffrage League, c.1908.

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    TWL.2000.152 Postcard, printed, cardboard, black text and image, white ground, Artists' Suffrage League illustration of a suffragette addressing the Chancellor to question him about the spending of taxes, Chancellor seated behind desk with bags of money on it surrounded by policemen, printed inscription front: 'Taxation without Representation. The Retort Courteous. Woman Taxpayer. 'I wish to speak to you, sir, about the spending of my money.' Chancellor of the Exchequer. 'Madam, all you have to do is pay.' (Aside to Police) 'Chuck her out.', Printed and Published by the Artists Suffrage League, 259 King's Road, Chelsea', manuscript inscription reverse: 'I have no time until Sun: for anything but a PC - I arrive home too late to write. My cold is gone - I am warm. Weather decent. Very very busy - there is not one moment to spare. This is a hundred times more difficult than other places. I am going to Rickettswood on Tues: Don't know for how long but will find out if possible and will write to you on Sun: I wish I had tim
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    LSE Library
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  • Further information

    Resource type: Image
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 5 years, 4 months ago
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    Picture Taken: 2011-02-11T09:30:09
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