AP U.S. History 4.4 Period 5: 1848-1877

AP U.S. History 4.4 Period 5: 1848-1877. The goals presented in Sumner's excerpt have the most in common with which of the following?

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 5: 1848-1877
LanguageEnglish Language
Responses to SlaveryCampaign Against Slavery

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passage Ah power so peculiar and offensive so hostile to

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reason so repugnant to the laws of nature and the

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inborn rights of man which despoil zits victims of the

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fruits of their labor with substitutes concubine ege for marriage

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which abrogates the relation of parent and child which by

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a denial of education of bases the intellect prevents a

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true knowledge of god and murders the very soul which

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amidst a plausible physical comfort degrades man created in the

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divine image to the level of a beast Such a

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power so eminent so transcendent so tyrannical so unjust can

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find no place in any system of government unless by

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virtue of positive sanction Okay pretty powerful stuff Time for

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our pretty powerful question here the goal's presented in summer's

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excerpt have the most in common with which of the

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following your answer well let's just jump right in and

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check out answer a the transcendentalist movement Well we know

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that idealistic transcendentalist along with being a mouthful were supportive

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of ending slavery They believe that slaves possessed the same

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universal spirit as they did and that slavery prevented them

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from exercising there god given right to reach their full

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potential However we're not sure that somewhere speech reflects the

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philosophy of self reliance transcendentalist are known for that means

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a hostile of east today How about be the republican

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motherhood movement Well the republican motherhood movement encouraged american women

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to teach patriotic values to their families and communities were

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guessing their fourth of july parties were pretty sweet This

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movement did encourage a disenfranchised groups to impact the future

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of the nation by placing them in charge of the

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education of future lawmakers and teachers It may have even

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formed the roots of the suffragette movement We don't think

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their goal had enough in common with sumner's words to

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be our answer but we're sure they have plenty to

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talk about All that really means for us is that

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answer b can take a hike so let's look att

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de the second great awakening Well the second great awakening

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isn't what happens when we finally get out of bed

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after hitting snooze a million times It was actually a

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protestant revival movement that preached a black and white congregants

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that they were equal in the eyes of god Well

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it was probably a great time it's not We're looking

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for sorry answer D go back to sleep so we

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know that some of those words argue against slavery from

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a moral standpoint which many abolitionists agreed with and their

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mind slavery was just plain wrong Not only was it

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incompatible with american values but it was so wrong that

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it was against human values as well Waken See how

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some her speech was music to their ears which means

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answer See the abolitionist movement is our answer Now if

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you'll excuse us way only hit the snooze button nine

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hundred ninety nine thousand times this morning go back to 00:03:05.02 --> [endTime] sleep