This letter discusses slavery more than anything however it does talk about

This letter discusses slavery more than anything

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This letter discusses slavery more than anything; however, it does talk about women having money and power This letter supports the claim due to women having power in the community and how they are progressing in the home Purpose - to show the evolution of the woman because she is learning how to knit and does not take her expenses for granted
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Document B Source: Benjamin Rush, Thoughts Upon Female Education, 1787. The equal share that every citizen has in the liberty, and the possible share he may have in the government of our country, make it necessary that our ladies should be qualified to a certain degree by a peculiar and suitable education, to concur in instructing their sons in the principles of liberty and government. Basically, women are capable, with the right education, of doing anything This supports the claim because of women are being recognized as citizens that are capable Audience - this is a man speaking on how capable women are in the community so this is directed at the community Document F Source: Sarah Bagley, “The Ten Hour System and Its Advocates.” Voice of
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