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aA Womans Dilemma Mercy Otis Warren and the American Revolution was written by Rosemarie Zagarri She is an Associate Professor of History at George Mason University She received her PhD from Yale University Zagarri has also written another book titled The Politics of Size Representation in the United States 1776-1850 Along with this she was the editor of David Humphreys Life of General Washington bA Womans Dilemma Mercy Otis Warren and the American Revolution is about a women Mercy Otis Warren that is well educated into politics and loves to write literature The problem is that this is not acceptable behavior for women in this time Mercys family was very rich educated and important in politics Her brother James her dad and her uncle educated as well as stood by her vast interest for politics even though she was a woman Mercy thought that in many ways women should have part in politics as well as men When she had an opinion that she wanted to share Mercy would write poems or plays in the newspaper under anonymous Towards the end after writing many pieces of literature Mercy Otis Warren exposes herself Women then started to share many works of literature in politics cDespite being a woman Mercy Otis Warren was as influential as any male in early American politics dThroughout her life Mercy maintained relationships with many of the famous political leaders in America at the time She earned the respect and admiration of such famous figures as George Washington and Alexander Hamilton However no relationship was as close as the one she had with John Adams She began a relationship with Johns well known wife Abagail Adams She had originally intended to use Abagail to get to John That is to share her beliefs and ideas with him about the political scene and about Great Britain Despite this she actually did end up becoming quite good friends
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