What did workingmens parties advocate during the

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What did workingmen's parties advocate during the antebellum era?Selected Answer:all of the above.Answers:free schools1 out of 1 points1 out of 1 points1 out of 1 points1 out of 1 points1 out of 1 points
tax-supported educationfree public lands in the Westall of the above.Question 62The campaign between Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams in 18281 out of 1 points
Question 63All of the following describe the essence of prison reform in the antebellum era EXCEPT1 out of 1 points
Question 64Political parties of the early nineteenth century1 out of 1 points
Question 65During the 1830s, the Cherokee IndiansSelected Answer:suffered hardships and death in a forced removal to Oklahoma.Answers:suffered hardships and death in a forced removal to Oklahoma.defied a Supreme Court ruling in their attempt to avoid deportation.laid siege to the federal capital.lost tribal lands as a result of their defeat at Horseshoe Bend.1 out of 1 points
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What institutions did some Americans attempt to reform?
Question 67Preachers of the Second Great Awakening such as Charles Finney emphasized
Question 68Antebellum Americans joined the temperance crusade, as they did other reform societies, largely to
Question 69For members of his "perfectionist" community at Oneida, John Humphrey Noyes advocatedSelected Answer:communal child rearing.Answers:Christian commitment.communal child rearing.agricultural enterprise.absolute chastity.

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History, The Land,

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