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What did Shaker communities believe about men and women?A) they should have lots of childrenB) they should be treated equalC) only men should learnD) only women can cook
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The answer is D. In the late 1820s and 1830s a religious revival called the Second Great Awakening (a reference to a similar revival that had swept the colonies in the previous century) had a strong impact on antebellum American religion and reform.

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