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What reform movement led women to consider their own lack of rights? A. The Native American movement B. The Federalist movement C. The nationalist movement D. The abolitionist movement
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User: What reform movement led women to consider their own lack of rights? A. The Native American movement B. The Federalist movement C. The nationalist movement D. The abolitionist movement

Weegy: The abolitionist movement led women to consider their own lack of rights.
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User: Which early political party was led by Jefferson and Madison? A. Federalists B. Whigs C. Democratic Republicans D. Labor

Weegy: Democratic Republicans was led by Jefferson and Madison.
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