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How were the abolitionist and women's rights movements related?
A.The abolitionist movement was patterned on the women's rights movement.
B.The two movements competed for resources.
C.The two movements had entirely opposing underlying philosophies.
D.Many prominent women abolitionists became leaders of the charge for women's rights.
I think it is D...?

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