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What was the main reason women wanted to be active in early reform movements?
Women believed it was their civic duty to improve society.
Being active in reform groups was a social outlet for many women.
Women wanted to gain the right to vote by being involved politically.
Supporting social reform movements could help improve a woman's position in society

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