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William Marston
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    (May 9, 1893-May 2, 1947)
    Teacher at the American University in Washington D.C. (1921-1929)
    Inventor of the polygraph (better known as the lie detector)
    Became executive consultant for DC Comics (1940)
    Creator of Wonder Woman (1941)
    Died of cancer (1947)
    He theorized that men are violent in nature and all women are naturally submissive.
    His lie detector machine has never been accepted as a trustworthy source of information.
    He worked at DC Comics under the alias, Charles Moulton.
    His Wonder Woman stories were sometimes criticized for constantly featuring women bound in chains (a derogatory stereotype).
    He was a Harvard graduate.
    He was one of the most respected psychologists in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s.
    His lie detector is now part of popular culture (though it is rarely used).
    He created Wonder Woman as a positive example for young girls and to add diversity to the super hero world (which consisted mostly of men).
    Despite being male, he was a feminist.
    Wonder Woman is one of the most famous super heroes and probably the most famous female super hero.

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