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The temperance movement was a term commonly applied to organized efforts to temper or abstain from the use of _______ . a. prescription drugs c. gambling b. narcotics d. alcoholic beverages
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What was the main goal of public education reformers? a. to provide job training for the young b. to train the young to be informed, responsible citizens c. to teach young people to read the Bible d. to make public schools coeducational
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who called for "immediate emancipation" of all slaves, without compensation to the slave holders?
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William Lloyd Garrison called for "immediate emancipation" of all slaves, without compensation to the slave holders.
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The American Colonization Society was formed to promote a. the spread of slavery to new states. b. full participation of free blacks in American society. c. radical activity in the abolitionist movement. d. migration of free blacks to Liberia.
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The American Colonization Society was formed to promote migration of free blacks to Liberia.
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