U.S. History 2.4 Social Change We’re going to take a closer look at what people of this era were saying about social issues at the time by performing what’s called a “close read” of certain primary documents. This is similar to the APPARTS scaffold you’ve used in previous lessons, in that you’re going to read samples from various reformers from the Gilded Age/Progressive era, and there’s going to be a set of questions connected to them. This assignment is worth 17 points, each question below is worth 1 point and your reflection paragraph is worth 5 points. This quote is from the Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions from the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848. Questions: 1.Who is “he,” according to the authors?