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Southerners saw it as an attempt to get taxes from them and give it to northerners II. The Market Revolution a) Social Changes Associated with the Market Revolution The Growth of Cities
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History 1336 Fall 2010 Exam 2 Textbook Outline Environmental Costs of the Market Revolution Women and Immigrants in the Labor Force Challenges to the Protestant Consensus A New Working Class Protest Movements III. Reformers a) The Creation of the Middle Class b) The Religious Foundations of Reform The Second Great Awakening - Middle class was the most active - Protestant religious revival that began in the west The Theology - Individuals soul could be saved through human agency and his or her acceptance of responsibility for a sinful nature How it Spread Why a Revival The Transcendentalist Utopianism The Latter-day Saints c) The Reform Impulse The Benevolent Empire Female Reform Societies Temperance Education Prison Reform Abolition Garrison and the Liberator Resistance Congressional “Gag Rule” d) The Women’s Movement Chapter 11 I. Politics in the Age of Jackson a) A New Kind of Politics - 4 factors contributed to the rise of a new kind of politics: (1) economic booms and busts caused Americans to feel that the government should be more responsive to their needs; (2) the expansion of the franchise, or vote, allowed greater numbers of American men to participate in politics; (3) the contentious presidential election of 1824 led the entire nation to becoming increasingly political and (4) the rise of mass parties and the second two-party system) The Panic of 1819 - First economic Depression, the global demand for American agricultural production plummeted, the second national bank of the US tightened credit, affected the average American the western farmers couldn’t pay because they bought their farms on credit Expansion of the Franchise
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History 1336 Fall 2010 Exam 2 Textbook Outline
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