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Consider the three main female characters in the text: Mama, Ruth and Beneatha.
Based on their conflicts (both internal and external), with which of the statements below would the playwright most likely agree?
Women — like men — are generally flawed and unreliable.
Women are exceptionally capable at forging their own way in life to achieve independence.
Women are generally helpless, relying on men for most things.
A woman's traditional role in society is valuable, but a woman should not necessarily be confined to these roles.
The modern world offers nearly infinite opportunities for women to achieve their full potential.