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Marie Olympe de Gouges

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Katie Valencia Marie Olympe de Gouges Early Life Marie Olympe de Gouges was born in 1748 in Montauban, France. Her Philosophy She was a huge Feminist. France's Background Forced into marriage, had a son. Moved to Paris to begin her writing career. She firmly believed men and women should be treated as equals. She worked hard to change her society. Men did not allow women into the public sphere. The French Revolution was taking place. Many women became writers even if they were not educated. Her Influences Being forced into marriage and lack of education. The Enlightenment way of thinking. The Marquis de Condorcet. Her Influence on Society She influenced many women during her time. Marie Antoinette was even on her side. Famous Works The Declaration of the Rights of Women and Citizen She wrote many pamphlets on women's rights and how to make a better Society. Three Urns was the pamphlet that she wrote that got her executed. Her Works Today Federalist
Republican
Monarchy Still fighting for gender equality. She fought for participation in government and
education. She paved the way for future feminists. Works Cited Roelofs, Joan. "Women's Rights And The French Revolution: A Biography Of Olympe De Gouges." Science & Society 74.4 (2010): 572. Advanced Placement Source. Web. 19 Mar. 2013.
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