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Woolf's later affinities were with the non-militant sectors of the suffrage movement: "In tracing Woolf's connection to suffrage via the London Society for Women's Service, we should remember that those members of the LSWS
who had been active in the suffrage campaign, for example Pippa Strachey, would have belonged to the constitutionalist NUWSS; thus in working with the Marsham Street Library, Woolf did not affiliate herself with the suffragettes" (144).