AP U.S. History 3.2 Period 4: 1800-1848

AP U.S. History 3.2 Period 4: 1800-1848. The goals presented in the excerpt have the most in common with which of the following?

APAP U.S. History
AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 4: 1800-1848
Advancing Ideals Outside of Government InstitutionsAbolitionists and Antislavery Movements
LanguageEnglish Language
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right so check out the excerpt now in view of

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this entire descend redmond all right here's our question goals

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presenting the excerpt have the most in common with which

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of the following in here your potential answers All right

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a lot of eighteenth century american All right well we've

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got an impassioned speech calling for women's rights Which one

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of these answer choices feels like it's in the same

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ballpark Well definitely not choice eh That's in the ballpark

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in another state Actually it might be playing a different

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sport altogether Eighteenth century american republicanism is the thing that

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fueled the revolutionary war You know that whole america wanted

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to govern itself and vote for its own leaders think

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by the time the seneca falls convention came around america

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was a little past All that option b isn't great

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either By which we mean while it's totally wrong The

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idea of republican motherhood is pretty much against everything elizabeth

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stood for It created a restrictive role for women which

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definitely did not fly with elizabeth and her first class

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posse We can eliminate d for similar reasons The quote

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true womanhood unquote movement wasn't necessarily true for all women

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It urged women to be pious submissive housewives which are

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those of us keeping score at home know elizabeth was

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not a huge fan of all right Well the correct

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answer here is See the call for women's rights in

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the abolition of slavery where the hot button social issues

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in the nineteenth century so they often overlap Both groups

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wanted the right to vote in every other aspect of

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equal citizenship that america was keeping from them and fun

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fact that's also what the sediments wanted in the declaration

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