1. Consider the following claim:
"Many women are considering within themselves, what they need that they have not, and what they can have, if they find they need it. Many men are considering whether women are capable of being and having more than they are and have, and, whether, if so, it will be best to consent to improvement in their condition."
Now consider the distinctions Fuller makes between men's and women's positions in these two sentences, and respond to the following: What is at stake for men and for women when they approach questions of what women need and have?
This quote indicates the inequality of men and women. The women had to decide what to ask for based simply on need, prioritizing that need on immediate