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Chapter-13- An American Renaissance: Religion, Romanticism, And Reform

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Chapter-13- An American Renaissance: Religion, Romanticism, and Reform
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1.  Deism was heavily influenced by
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2.  Charles G. Finney
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3.  By 1850 the largest Protestant denomination in the nation was the
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4.  An intense expression of romantic ideals, transcendentalism drew from
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5.  The American "intellectual Declaration of Independence" was
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6.  Thoreau wrote "Civil Disobedience" in reaction to
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7.  The inventor of the detective story was
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8.  "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer," said
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9.  The popular press expanded in the antebellum period primarily because of
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10.  To promote social stability and equal opportunity, Horace Mann was a leader in promoting
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11.  The most widespread reform movment of the antebellum era probably was the
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12.  Prison reformers wanted prisons to
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13.  The organized movement for women's rights had its origins in
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14.  The first organized meeting for women's rights occurred at
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15.  The New Harmony community was based on
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