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1) How were William Lloyd and the Rev. Elijah Lovejoy alike?

A) Both Lived in Boston and were Underground Railroad conductors.

B) Both printed newspapers with antislavery messages to the North.***

C) Both used their houses as Underground Railroad stations and risked their lives for slaves.

D) Both were killed for their involvement in the abolitionist movement.

2) The Transcendentalism movement most directly affected the development of American

A)politics***

B)literature

C)popular culture

D)painting and sculpture

  1. Lola

    1. yes
    2. i think is B but you might be right

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