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23 October, 15:17

Elizabeth pinckney's decision to manage her family's plantation demonstrates what characteristics about women in eighteenth-century colonial america?

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  1. 23 October, 15:38
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    I believe the answer is:

    Women took initiative and exercised leadership outside the home.

    Women were able to succeed at "men's work."

    Inititative refers to the actions that we conducted without being assigned by others. in the eighteen century, the opportunities for women to succeed at men's work (which consist of all high paying jobs) are extremely limited. The only method that women can used to advance is what Elizabeth pinckney' had done in the past, taking initiative and become unapologetic about it.
  2. 23 October, 16:18
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    Elizabeth Pinckney's decision to manage her family's plantation demonstrates women in eighteenth-century colonial America took initiative and exercised leadership outside the home. Woman were also able to succeed in "men's work."
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