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What were the major goals of the expanded and improved public education system of the 1830's and 1840's?
The major goal of expanded and improved public education was to teach as many children as possible a more expanded curriculum.
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User: Which statement is true of cotton agriculture in the pre-Civil war era?

User: What were the major goals of the expanded and improved public education system of the 1830's and 1840's?

Weegy: The major goal of expanded and improved public education was to teach as many children as possible a more expanded curriculum.
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