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This religion was a driving force in both the abolitionist and women's rights movements.

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    Christian

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    If you're looking for a specific Christian denomination, it's probably Quaker. Or it could be Unitarian/Universalist.

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    Yes, the options are Quaker, Baptist, Mormon, and Shaker

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    so it would be Quaker?

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    Yes.

    Please post your choices after this.

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    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

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    You're very welcome.

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