At the dawn of 19th century, a wave of active reform movements was occurring throughout the nation. Abolition, Temperance, Asylum, and Education reforms were all taking an important center stage in the political and social debates of their day .
What gender was leading these various reforms movements and why ? (Explain the personal importance to this group ) … Success in these early reform movements lead to . What critical political power that was ultimately obtained by these active reform leaders and their membership in the beginning of the next century ? Why was that achievement so important to this group up to this very day ?
Since all of these reforms seemed well-intentioned, who stood in opposition to much of the changes that were advocated by these reform movements ? . Why would they oppose such reforms ?
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