Which statement is best supported by the fact that Abigail Adams wrote her husband, John Adams, a letter arguing for women's rights while he attended the Second Continental Congress?
Abigail Adams had special privileges because of her husband's political duties.
American Patriots believed in political equality for both men and women.
The Second Continental Congress was convened to debate women's rights.
Colonial women had social and political influence, despite having few legal rights.
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D. Colonial woman had social and political influence, despite having few legal rights.
Everyone had the opportunity to speak what they wanted. But women had very limited chances of things. They wanted the right to vote. That's why Abigail was very upset when her husband responded so jokingly when she asked for womens rights.