Mary Wollstonecraft (1759–1797) is very popular with young feminists. Historically, she has long been identified as an early champion of women's rights, and today she is a heroine and galleon figure in a wave that will emphasize women's contribution to history.
Author Sylvana Tomaselli teaches history at Cambridge. She believes the traditional interpretation of Mary Wollstonecraft is reducing. . .
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