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What were the views of the NORTHERN RADICALS concerning the following topics:

-women's suffrage
-prohibition (temperance)
-free public education, help for handicapped
-right to education for women & african americans
-practice of religion
-Native american citizenship

I have looked everywhere and I can not find anything on specifically Northern radical views.

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