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In 1700's, men felt as their education was primary to women's.
Mary Wollstonecraft disagreed with this, and disliked how men had better education.
She proposed that men and women's education should be the same.
She encouraged women to seek jobs dominated by men such as medicine and politics.
In 1792, Mary published an essay that disagreed with men's education being primary to women's.
A Vindication of the Rights of Women
Women stood up, and began to spread Enlightenment ideas through gatherings called salons.
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