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Margaret Fuller The Great Lawsuit Margaret Fuller had many ideas that seemed relevant to Emersons Even more so though I found much of what she said to be true even today The conviction and degradation of woman has been amongst us since the beginning of recorded history Perhaps this started with the interpretation of the bible Fuller makes several references to the bible much like Emerson In this past century woman have made the largest advancements towards equality than ever before It is important to remember that though woman are closer than ever before they are still not given equal rights in all instances Many men mostly through tradition in my opinion still find it the womans place to cook and clean It is the stereotypical mans role to support a family financially It is only in recent times that woman have been able to step out of the kitchen and into the working world previously deemed for man alone Fuller compares the idea of slavery with the condemnation of woman Fuller states It is not surprising that it should be the Anti-Slavery party that pleads for woman when we consider merely that she does not hold property on equal terms with men I find this true as well To have fewer rights and to be treated in a way not asked for is slavery Though it would be unfair to say that all men treat woman with lesser rights it is the accusation of men in general who are being put to trial here As stated earlier though I feel that tradition has carried this stereotype and that it is not only men that follow this falsity but also women who conform to there own condemnation Having read only small portions of Emersons writings I am able to say that I am most reminded of Emersons essay on self-reliance when reading The Great Lawsuit Fuller mentions that women must break away from
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