In On Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Columbia University Press), Wolfson offers insights into this work by Wollstonecraft published in 1972. She focuses on Wollstonecraft’s significant arguments for women’s equality and the treatment of women, which Wollstonecraft developed during the French Revolution. Wolfson draws on her experience teaching and writing to dissect Wollstonecraft’s particular method and style that emphasizes the political and literary contexts of other works and their commentary on political rights.