Mary Wollstonecraft who artfully explores several different feminist themes in her A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, including the institution of marriage, the role education ought to play in a young woman’s development, and arguing that women should be financially selfsufficient. Choose one (1) of the above feminist themes (or another approved by me) and fully explain Wollstonecraft’s position. Next, compare and contrast Wollstonecraft’s position with that of a modern-day author/academic/theorist who has written on that same feminist theme. Which person – Wollstonecraft or the author of your choosing – has the best approach? Have we as a society finally “solved” this particular issue, or is there more room for improvement?