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Reform and Culture Checkpoint


Grade 8
Social Studies
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  • Q1
    How did the growth of these organizations most affect the role of women in U.S. society?
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    By providing economic opportunities for women in urban areas
    By increasing the number of women teachers in rural areas
    By expanding the participation of women in social reform
    By securing the establishment of private universities for women
  • Q2
    The speaker quoted above was a supporter of the movement to —
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    expose corruption in the federal government
    discourage the consumption of alcoholic beverages
    end the international slave trade
    establish strict limits on immigration
  • Q3
    A reformer of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, known especially for her advocacy of women's suffrage
    Susan B. Anthony
    Abigail Adams
    Frederick Douglass
    Phoebe Palmer
  • Q4
    movement to end slavery, whether formal or informal
    abolitionist movement
  • Q5
    A reformer and feminist who joined with Lucretia Mott in issuing the call for the first women's rights convention in America, which was held at Seneca Falls
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • Q6
    transcendentalists' core beliefs was the inherent goodness of both
    Men and Women
    People and Nature
    Men and Children
    Nature and Animals
  • Q7
    What was one result of the law described above?
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    Abolitionist societies began to focus their efforts on promoting women’s suffrage.
    Northerners who believed the law was unfair began to support the abolitionist movement.
    Southerners used the law to challenge the constitutionality of abolitionist goals.
    Religious groups left the abolitionist movement to avoid political controversy.
  • Q8
    Which of the following was an argument made against slavery in the Thirteen Colonies?
    Puritans argued that the slave trade encouraged materialism.
    Quakers argued that slavery violated Christian principles.
    Farmers argued that using slave labor was expensive and inefficient.
    Manufacturers argued that slavery discouraged the development of industry.
  • Q9
    What was one major impact of this novel?
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    The Supreme Court overturned fugitive slave laws.
    The profits from book sales funded early labor organizations.
    Support grew for the abolitionist movement.
    Congress was inspired to pass laws outlawing the abuse of slaves.

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