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Unformatted text preview: The poor and the sick were in desperate need of better institutions. During age of Jackson, sanitation and living conditions improved. Also, prisoners began to get exercise time and orphanages received money to make the living conditions better for the children. Women and African Americans were excluded while all free white man gained the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth formed a list of grievances called the Declaration of Sentiments. This was a mostly female movement; however a few men did join the cause....
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- Fall '10