[Solution] “That can never be necessary,” cry the other side. “All men are privately influenced by women; each has his wife,

“That can never be necessary,” cry the other side. “All men are privately influenced by women; each has his wife, sister, or female friends, and is too much biased by these relations to fail of representing their interests. And, if this is not enough, let them propose and enforce their wishes with the pen. The beauty of home would be destroyed, the delicacy of the sex be violated, the dignity of halls of legislation degraded, by an attempt to introduce them there. Such duties are inconsistent with those of a mother;” and then we have ludicrous pictures of ladies in hysterics at the polls, and senate-chambers filled with cradles.

How does paragraph 4 contribute to the development of Fuller’s argument for equality for women?
by presenting the counterargument of men that has hindered the advancement of women’s rights
by warning men of ways that government will change once women are given opportunities to lead
by addressing the concern that too much independence for women can lead to conflict in society
by asserting that the majority of men share women’s desire for social change and women’s rights

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