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    Reform Movements Paper Throughout history, political, social, and economical issues have erupted and caused society to reform. These reform movements are created in order for the people of America to have the ability to resolve the issues they see in their communities. Some of the movements that have been most prominent in the united States during the early 19th century are the Women’s Reform Movement, the Prison Reform and the Education reform. All of these developments allowed awareness to be

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    major protagonists, Felix Holt and Esther Lyon, at the backdrop of Reform Movement. This novel is praised ‘for the way George Eliot enlists our sympathies in the lives of her characters - good and bad – with a heartiness which few other… writers can even rival’(Jedrezejewski 67). Though Felix Holt is presented as an idealised and straightforward character, he lacks in humility. While he ties himself up with public life, he tries to reform both Esther Lyon and the working class. He sees the two roles as

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    Reform Movements During the 19th Century there were many reform movements that took place. Reform movements were movements that were organized to reform or change the certain way of things. Reform movements did not always work but the ones that did greatly changed the way our nation operates today. There were three major reform movements that have altered the nation; the abolitionist movement, the temperance movement and the women 's suffrage movement. Without these movements, and the great leaders

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    ‘Reform movements in the United States sought to expand democratic ideals. Assess the validity of this statement with specific reference to the years 1825-1850.’ Reform movements in the United States sought to expand democratic ideals from the quarter century time period of 1825-1850 also known as the Second Great Awakening. These democratic ideals included voting for everyone eighteen and older (with the exception of minors, women, insane, and criminals), freedom of expression, press, speech

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    conditions were bad so the people stood up and made change happen. The reform movements of the nineteenth century where very important to the improvement of society because of the education reform, women's rights, and abolition movements. The education reform movements was very important to the improvement of society because it greatly improved school curriculum, made a more skilled labor force, and educated more kids. This movement was started when a Maryland Politician noticed that the public school

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    Great awakening that occurred in the 1800s was a bit different, it did have the original religious aspect of bringing people back to church but it sparked social reforms such as Women's right movement, Temperance movement, Anti- slavery abolition movement,better educational movement and the increase in transcendentalism.These reform movements from 1825 to 1855 mainly focused on the freedom and equality of people and further upheld the democratic ideals of America. After the 2nd great awakening, throughout

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    The Role Women Played in the Social Reform Movements of the Antebellum Period Comprehending the lives of American women and their roles is fundamental for understanding the entire antebellum period in America. The period 1820 to 1870 in the United States was marked by a forceful and widespread debate on woman's roles and their proper vocation whether this be in the home or outside the home and becoming wage earners.This was, however, still a time in which females were

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    Post-Secondary Reform movements? Maine is a small state that is not terribly diverse in it 's population. Ethnic and racial minorities make up just less that 2 percent of its population (U.S. Census Bureau). Maine has also been considered one of the more poorer states. Maine 's economy relies heavily on tourist seasons and with a slow economy, unemployment, under-employment and low paying jobs occur. (Price, 2005). When is came to challenge the Temporary Assistance to Needy families reform movement, Maine

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    ideals in the society. In response to sudden changes occurring and traditional values being challenged, various reform movements during 1825-1850 began to focus on democratic ideals. The rise of religious revivals, movements for equal rights and protecting liberties of different social groups, want to advance society technologically, and desire to bring order and control helped reform the society to live up to the nation’s founding ideals. Teaching them (I don’t get who “them” is) the habits of thrift

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    The search for reform in rural Canada during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries reveals a deep connection between educational movements and social reform. The readings for the first three weeks of this course have provided an overview of how social reformers during this period were keen to promote an “urban and modern orientation” to direct social reform movements in rural Canada. Often, this perspective came into conflict with the needs of the rural society at the time. Therefore, the widespread

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