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in the early 1770s she authored propaganda plays and showed her Antifederalist beliefs by opposing the Constitution.

Another woman of the revolution who said " They won't even allow us liberty of thought, and that's all I want" she was also from South Carolina

"The preservation of the means of knowledge is of more importance to the public than all the property of all the rich men in the country." –John Adams

A poet and a philosopher, Tullia D'Aragona defied authorities and not only argued for female autonomy, but opened her home as a school for other philosophers.