DBQ - American Revolution

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American History

 

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Antoinette D

 

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October 1, 2013

 

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University

 

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During this time, women still had very few rights, but as the Revolution went on, more and more women began fighting for equality. Although there were many issues that they were not happy with, receiving a lesser education was a large concern to them. Molly Wallace said, "No one will pretend to deny, that we should be taught to read in the best manner...
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Molly Wallace said, "No one will pretend to deny, that we should be taught to read in the best manner. And if to read, why not to speak?" (Doc. J) This was said as a part of her valedictorian speech at a young ladies' academy. They were beginning to receive the education that they wanted, despite the fact that what they had to say still was not held as very important...
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