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1. What were the ideals of movement related to this medallion? @liberty of Congress
A. abolition and suffrage
B. freedom and abolition
C. justice and temperance
D. temperance and slavery

2. Based on the information in the poster below, which phrase best describes the artists attitude about women voting? Liberty of Congress LC-USZ62-51821
A. the artist does not think that women should not be able to vote
B. The artist thinks that they should be allowed to do anything they want
C. The artist believes women should get help from their husband if they want to vote
D. The artist believes that women should should be allowed to vote if their husbands support it.
4. How were William Lloyd Garrison and the Rev. Elijah Lovejoy alike?
A. Both lived in Boston and were Underground Railroad conductors
B. Both printed newspapers with anti-slavery messages in 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.

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  1. Ms. Sue, can you help me?

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  2. What don't you understand about these questions?
    Have you checked your text for the answers?

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    Ms. Sue
  3. I don't have the textbook and I have already started the test. Once I start it, I cant leave it to find my answers within the other lessons. You have to help me.

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  4. No, I don't have to help you. This is a test to see what you know. If you don't know anything, then you deserve to fail.

    Better luck next time!

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    Ms. Sue
  5. anyone that is willing to help me!!!

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  6. 1 is A
    2 is B

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  7. A
    B

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  8. dang ms sue got it out for the world bruh she on dirt

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  9. oo for real tho I can't blame her this guy didn't even attempt at it and ask if his answers were right :///

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  10. What were the ideals of the movement related to this medallion? (7 points)


    Abolition and suffrage

    Freedom and abolition

    Justice and temperance

    Temperance and slavery

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  11. What were the ideals of the movement related to this medallion? (7 points)


    Abolition and suffrage*****

    Freedom and abolition

    Justice and temperance

    Temperance and slavery

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  12. Ms. sue is a !@#$%^& look how rude she is

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  13. your so annoying just answer summers danm question

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  14. Ms. Sue saying you HAVE to help me is just an expression. Of course, you don't HAVE to help but to everyone, it's good to help. Students or just people, in general, are afraid or reluctant to ask for help because they feel they will get rejected for such a question or just, in general, getting rejected. That comes from a failer perspective. Like when I ask for help I am doing to the best of my ability to not think how I put no effort into it or how annoying it is for them to help me with such a question, and yes they shouldn't ask an exact question on the exam, test, or quiz but most people learn better by just asking.
    "Even with perfect strangers, we tend to underestimate by about half how likely people are to help us." Author Heidi Grant

    And no one should fail (I don't know how to spell the word you wrote)
    If this student doesn't know an answer and should know it for the quiz or test or exam then shouldn't it be required to know what if this student failed their grade? What if their parents got divorced? What if the child already failed once and the mother has more power than the dad and the child fails again. That would mean the mother losses all power and the child goes to the dad. That means YOU made that child lose their OWN mother.

    Thank you for reading this I felt like it needed to be out there!! (The first part is not the thing after the quote..... I don't know why I typed that)
    Sorry if it makes no sense I am tired!

    - Written Like a Teen Because am a Teen

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