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How did the Second Great Awakening impact the roles of women and African Americans?
The Second Great Awakening impact the roles of women and African Americans by they had greater public roles of power within the church.
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The Second Great Awakening impact the roles of women and African Americans by they had greater public roles of power within the church.
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