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  1. The reform efforts of the 1820s and 1830s emerged:

    A)in response to the economic and social changes of Jacksonian America.
    B)when President Andrew Jackson began to encourage Americans to restore their traditional values.
    C)as an effort by political leaders to limit the influence of church leaders on American society.
    D)because the stability of the era gave Americans the opportunity to reflect on the need for moral reform.
    A)in response to the economic and social changes of Jacksonian America.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. The revivals of the Second Great Awakening upheld the doctrine that:

    A)men and women were predestined to salvation or damnation.
    B)salvation was available to all.
    C)only women should be religious.
    D)religion was a way to become wealthy.
    B)salvation was available to all.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. The new middle-class family:

    A)was smaller and based on the idea of privacy.
    B)made sacrifices for the education of daughters so they could be successful and take care of themselves.
    C)was more prosperous because of dual income of husband and wife.
    D)was larger because increased prosperity allowed parents to support more children.
    A)was smaller and based on the idea of privacy.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. The ideal of domesticity:

    A)held that women's sphere was the home and family.
    B)was opposed by the revivalists because it took women away from religion.
    C)was strongest among working-class women, who wanted to quit their jobs and stay at home.
    D)stressed the father's spiritual leadership in the home.
    A)held that women's sphere was the home and family.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Transcendentalists believed that:

    A)the final judgment day was at hand and human beings needed to prepare to transcend to heaven.
    B)reason and rationalism allowed humans to transcend intellectual limits.
    C)the best way to transcend the sinful world was to live and work in cooperative congregations.
    D)humans had a spark of divinity that let them transcend the material world.
    D)humans had a spark of divinity that let them transcend the material world.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Romanticism:

    A)was incompatible with the doctrines of the revivals.
    B)valued education as the essential means to discover truth.
    C)came from Europe as part of the Enlightenment.
    D)considered emotion the source of truth.
    D)considered emotion the source of truth.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. The Oneida community:

    A)lasted only a few years before disbanding.
    B)was based on the principle of sexual equality.
    C)was an extreme example of the doctrine of perfectionism
    D)bankrupted its founder.
    C)was an extreme example of the doctrine of perfectionism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. The Mormon Church/Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints:

    A)rejected both evangelicalism and millennialism.
    B)sought to re-establish the ancient church.
    C)appealed to poor people who rejected materialism.
    D)was founded/chartered in Palmyra, NY in 1830.
    D)was founded/chartered in Palmyra, NY in 1830.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. The temperance movement enjoyed the success it did for all the following reasons EXCEPT:

    A)it strongly appealed to women.
    B)it received support from the federal government.
    C)temperance helped achieve upward mobility.
    D)it reflected the ideals of democratic capitalism.
    B)it received support from the federal government.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. The educational reform movement:

    A)led to the establishment of high schools throughout the country.
    B)was most successful in the South.
    C)was supported by businessmen but opposed by workers.
    D)believed tax-supported public schools would promote equal opportunity.
    D)believed tax-supported public schools would promote equal opportunity.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. The abolitionist movement split in 1840:

    A)because of the Liberty party's strong showing in 1839.
    B)because the movement was bankrupt and could not pay its debts.
    C)because of Garrison's support for black rights.
    D)over the issue of women's rights.
    D)over the issue of women's rights.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. By 1840, the reform movement had:

    A)angered Westerners who did not want to pay taxes to support reforms.
    B)helped pull the different sections of the nation together.
    C)revealed that New England was a moralistic region different from the rest of the nation.
    D)helped highlight differences between the North and the South.
    D)helped highlight differences between the North and the South.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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