2002 AP DBQ: Reform Movements

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American History

 

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March 22, 2014

 

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B). Such a practice was made in effort to promote the underlying democratic ideology of equality among all, and was further expanded upon in the asylum movement headed by Dorothea Dix, which attempted to reform institutions for the rehabilitation of criminals, insane, and the poor; granting second chances and a step towards dissolving the social ladder (Doc...
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A). Such movements also pushed education as a means to convey moral values as social reform (Doc. E), seeking to rid of social evils such as drinking through temperance, which was linked to crime and social inequalities like poverty (Doc. H). Slavery also posed another question to democratic principles...
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