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What did the Second Great Awakening and the abolition movement have in common?
A. Both relied on new technologies.
B. Both relied on religious belief.
C. Both relied on cash crops.
D. Both relied on new immigrants.

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  1. Even though slavery was acknowledged in the Bible, cruelty was not. Religion played a part in both.

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