This article investigates the origins, main characteristics and some of the campaigns organized by the Women's Socialist Group of Madrid (WSGM). It shows a general overview of the social diversity of WSGM's members and of the different strategies advanced by their leaders. It argues that the WSGM played a decisive role in incorporating women from working-class backgrounds into the campaign for the recognition of women as full citizens, which was later achieved in the Constitution of the Second Republic in 1931.
- Citizenship Madrid
- Spanish socialist workers' party (PSOE)
- Women's collective action
- Women's socialist group