Democratic Ideals Of 1825-50

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American History

 

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Weston J

 

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September 7, 2016

 

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Document F stresses the importance of this collaboration among the people for the greater good of all. The Shakers let the social outcasts of the cities such as blacks, Indians, and troubled whites join their communities as long as they followed the rules and fulfilled their religious duties. This action coincides with the ideal of Document B that once the churches are reformed the sinners will be reformed, awakened and converted to better members of the society...
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This action coincides with the ideal of Document B that once the churches are reformed the sinners will be reformed, awakened and converted to better members of the society. These people were finally able to have a sense of equality unlike the urban areas where people shunned them. Everything that the Shakers did had underlying democratic ideals...
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