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How does Fuller develop an argument for women’s rights and education? by describing women’s religious roles by insisting that every human mind needs fuel by explaining the significance of trading at Greek markets by suggesting that women can learn without leaving their homes

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<span> by insisting that every human mind needs fuel

Some of the options here are complete nonsense and can be eliminated quickly. Fuller did not want women to be restricted to their homes in order to get an education. This completely goes against her desire to have women become more involved outside of the home. Also, the significance of trading at Greek markets is not strong reasoning for woman's rights and education. Also, women's religious roles is not as strong as "every human mind needs fuel". She's not talking here about fruits and vegetables. She's talking about knowledge and that everyone needs to be mentally stimulated through education, including women.
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