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Essay | Women's Education in 16th Century Europe

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Women's Education in 16th Century Europe

Summary: Explores women's education in 18th century Europe. Describes the actions of feminist advocates during the era.
Since the work of women such as Abigail Adams and Susan B. Anthony, citizens of a "civilized" day and age, citizens of the twenty-first century, view women's education as almost a civil right. Though not listed in the declaration of independence or the original ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, it is fair to say that if you asked an American citizen today if women had a right to receive proper education, the answer would be a resounding, "Yes." Three hundred years ago, the same question might get a very different answer. Comparative to today, the view of women's education in eighteenth century is drastically different. Indeed, some advocated for the women's right to be educated, but many others did not. And despite the efforts of these advocates, women would not gain full and equal rights until much later, and some would argue...

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