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2. The new democratic age of the 1820s, ’30s, and ’40s not only witnessed the advent of universal white male suffrage but also a strong impulse for social reform, which was often supported by those denied access to the ballot. What drove the impulse behind such reform movements as abolitionism, feminism, temperance, and institution building? Who were the most important reformers of the age?

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