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Kitty Marion (1871-1944). As a suffragette Kitty threw stones through a post office window in Newcastle; participated in house burnings in Liverpool and Manchester; and broke windows and set off fire alarms on several other occasions. Over a span of five years, she was arrested seven times. Joining other suffragettes in prison hunger strikes, Kitty was forcibly fed—she claimed—232 times. Kitty was deported to the USA in 1914, where she continued her activism, this time advocating birth…