Almost all Native American groups opposed American Independence.
Slaves would be made legally free if they fled Patriot masters to join the British Army, which they did in large numbers.
However, the women of the country were not equal and they did not have the same opportunity as males.
After the American Revolution, “republican motherhood,” had rooted itself in the society of America.
Warren had four children and a "large, elegant household," and while recognizing that the claims on her time - verses her own desire to write - presented no simple answer for her.
That said, Kerber claims that Warren took the issues of republican motherhood "more seriously" than "virtually any other woman of her generation." What are some of those republican motherhood issues that Warren took so seriously?
Tolerance of religion, freedom of speech, and freedom of the press were revolutionary rights that the United States uniquely founded as a base for their nation.
Compared to European countries, America was like no other.
The “cult of domesticity” developed to promote women in their natural work environment, the home.
While “republican motherhood” and the “cult of domesticity” were held in the hearts of many Americans, these goals were not obtainable by all women.