Social and Economic Changes and Responses (cont.)

Social and Economic - (cont(AFTEREXAM II II Responses a b Revivals c Reform d Riots e Abolitionism f Womensrights g Utopiansocieties(F)Womensrights

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Social and Economic Changes and Responses (cont.)— 3/31/09 (AFTER EXAM  II) II. Responses a. Republican motherhood b. Revivals c. Reform d. Riots e. Abolitionism f. Women’s rights g. Utopian societies   (F.) Women’s rights - idea came around from abolitionism - men part of abolitionist movement part of larger Victorian culture - women had a place: it was at home, they were supposed to dominate domestic  sphere - outside the home, women were not supposed to have leadership roles, were not  supposed to address a “mixed” audience (mixed = men and women) - women being held to these roles: they are not in leadership roles - Women were not to stand up and address men! - By 1840s, women had HAD IT!—women in abolitionist movement - A group of women met in New York in 1848     —considered to be the beginning as  what would grow over decades as to become the women’s rights movement o Talked about how women had precious little rights in the US
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Social and Economic - (cont(AFTEREXAM II II Responses a b Revivals c Reform d Riots e Abolitionism f Womensrights g Utopiansocieties(F)Womensrights

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