True/False Quiz

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American Protestantism was stable and unchanging in the early nineteenth century.
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Evangelical camp meetings served only religious purposes.
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Northeastern revivalism was less emotional than the camp meetings of the Old Southwest.
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Neo-Calvinism held to a rigid concept of absolute predestination.
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Charles G. Finney emphasized human reason and theological logic rather than emotional appeals and human feelings as the route to conversion.
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The temperance movement can be considered somewhat successful because per capita alcohol consumption in the United States declined during the 1830s.
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New work patterns in the market economy had little or no effect on sex roles in the nineteenth century.
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The availability of various methods of birth control and easy access to abortion resulted in smaller families in the nineteenth century.
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Horace Mann viewed public education as more moral indoctrination than intellectual training.
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Most leaders of the abolitionist movement also favored complete equality for women.
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