Multiple Choice Quiz

This quiz reviews some of the topics in this chapter. The answer choices are randomized, so the quiz will be different every time you take it. For each question, select the button next to the answer you believe is correct. When you are done, click on "Submit for Grade" in order to see how well you did.

Pious Protestants of the early nineteenth century were concerned about:
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The Second Great Awakening in the North especially appealed to:
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Temperance reformers opposed public drunkenness because it:
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The "cult of true womanhood," or the "ideology of domesticity" achieved:
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The new literature that glorified the "cult of true womanhood" appealed especially to:
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The purpose of public education as seen by Horace Mann was to teach:
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The "discovery of the asylum":
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The primary catalyst for the women's rights movement of the 1830s was the:
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The "Declaration of Sentiments" of the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 stated that:
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The utopian socialist communities of the 1830s and 1840s were:
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Note: answer choices in this exercise are randomized.

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