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Do you think the Social Gospel reformers and those who started settlement houses had realistic goals? Why or why not?

Actually, I don't quite understand what it means by "realistic goals".Can anyone please explain? Thanks!

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  1. Realistic goals are those that can actually be accomplished. Did the social gospel reformers and those who started settlement houses achieve most or all of their goals?

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