The enlightment (Women Rights)

The enlightment (Women Rights)

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  • Women rights had a huge develop over the years over one Philosopher name Mary Wollstonecraft.
  • Mrs. Lou has every right to be up here using her education skill to educate others.
  • Hi class! it's great being up here and teaching you guys.
  • Oh ,if there was a way to get out this misery and work.
  • Enlightenment Philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft believed in women rights and equality.
  • I'm glad we can work together!
  • Mary Wollstonecraft fought for women to be educated and work equally like men.
  • Don't be foolish! why would you possibly think you can fight with us men in war and vote for this nation?
  • I am human who should have rights!
  • During the Enlightenment women duty's were to stay home and do daily chores while the man worked because it wasn't dandy for women to be working.
  • I sure did! I forgot to tell you I'll be leaving to base again in two weeks.
  • Hey Lisa! did you vote already? Lets see who will win the election.
  • Wollstonecraft however, didn't agree with the economic equality to men. She believed women had every right to work just like men.
  • Women weren't given a political and social right like men were.
  • Mary Wollstonecraft beliefs and ideas change society today by believing in women power and also being economically, work, and educated to men.
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