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In the 19th century there were many reform movements in america such as slaery, women's suffrage, prohibition, free public education, native american citizenship and many others.
What views did the southern democrats, westerners, northern radicals, and northern whigs have on these reform movements.

Please help me. i can find find what views these 4 groups had on these reform movements.

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