ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension 4.4 Inference. If she had lived in the United States during the 1860s, Mary Wollstonecraft would probably have argued...what?
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... All right if she had lived in the United States during the
1860s Mary Wollstonecraft would probably have argued what and here are the potential
answers.....all right quick US history lesson what were the [Man watching a quick history quiz on TV]
1860s known for other than that singular fashion sensation known as the Ditto Cloak...
...Right, slavery and war and the war was essentially about slavery now while
the US has some history of being a country of haves and have-nots it's also a [Boy appears with supercar and another appears with olden car]
representational democracy not an aristocracy option A) wouldn't likely
be Mary's complaint. There's nothing in the text that says that women's status
in 1860s was significantly different between the US and England socially
speaking american Annie and English Emma were in the same boat so it's not D [Annie and Emma sat together]
either the text also explains that Wollstonecraft adamantly endorsed equal
rights and opportunities so it's unlikely that she'd make exceptions just
because they were cost effective so we can safely rule out option C) let's take [Person in cloaked holding an axe]
a look at her key argument here Mary Wollstonecraft believed that a society
isn't equal if it doesn't offer equal rights to women so it's logical she'd
say the same thing about a country that keeps equal rights from slaves making
option B) the best answer we're all for equal rights but now we're off to
convince our weird uncle that maybe it's for the best that his dog doesn't have [Weird uncle with his dog]
the right to vote...