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A repositioning of French women's struggle for suffrage within the distinct cultural landscape of the masculine honor system. Whether activists demanded admission to the popular ritual of the duel or publicly shamed men for their extramarital sexual behavior, they appropriated extralegal honor codes to enact new civic and familial identities.
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