Judith Sargent Murray's The New Nation

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The New Nation takes form, 1789-1800 Document 9-3
This document encompasses the frustrations of Judith Sargent Murray on inequality of man and woman that attracted the attention of George Washington and John and Abigail Adams. She is disappointed to learn men are dominantly superior to women in all cases in the society. She insists every human species shouldn 't be branded with unquestionable mental superiority based on sexes in fact should be ranged under imagination, reason, memory and judgment. She blames the difference in education is the main cause of judgment in sexes. Society teaches male to aspire whereas the female counterpart is confined and limited. Women are taught to do household chores whereas men are free to explore the outside
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