Women and the Founding of America
While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the encouragement and work of many women… read more
While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the encouragement and work of many women things may have ended up differently.
Next, George Mason University History Professor Rosemarie Zagarri examines the important role that women played in generating support for the revolutionary war and how their involvement helped pave the way for a greater political identity for women within the new nation.
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