shouldn't (someone)(do something)?

The speaker asks "Shouldn't a woman have...?" She really means that "A woman should have..." People ask questions like this when they're trying to debate an issue and persuade people. For example:

Eighteen-year-olds are able to vote and serve in the military. Shouldn't they be allowed to drink as well?

Asking this type of question (which is called a rhetorical question) makes it seem

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