Why were women the active leaders in the effort of the temperance movement?

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  1. Comm Tech

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  2. Social Studies

    1. According to the passage, what can be inferred about how Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s personal qualities affected the women’s suffrage movement? Her enthusiasm gave the movement a set of core beliefs. Her philosophical views provided the movement with a

  3. Ed-tech/History question~!

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  4. Social Studies

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  5. us history

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  6. Help ms sue or whoever smart as history

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  7. english

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  8. history

    1. Which factor contributed most to the beginning of the women's rights movement in the United States during the mid-1800s? A. A dramatic increase in women's participation in the workforce *** B. A shift in social attitudes brought on by increased

  9. Social Studies

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  10. Social Studies

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  11. government

    Which of the following describes a difference between the women’s and the civil rights movements of the 1950-1960s? A. The women’s movement was tied to the antiwar and student protests of the 1960s; the civil rights movement was not. B. The civil

  12. History

    1.) Which factor contributed most to the beginning of the women's rights movement in the United States during the mid-1800s? A. A dramatic increase in women's PARTICIPATION in the workforce B. A shift in social attitudes brought on by increased sectional

  13. biology

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  14. Geography

    On November 12, 1815, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, spokesperson for the rights of women, was born in Johnstown, New York. Stanton formulated the philosophical basis of the woman suffrage movement, blazing a trail many feared to follow. Stanton's verbal

  15. History

    Why did the women’s suffrage movement have little success before 1900? A. Suffragists disagreed on whether to push for a constitutional amendment or to change state laws. B. Suffragists disagreed on whether to protest peacefully or use violence to gain

  16. History

    12.)Which answer correctly summarizes the accomplishments of Lucretia Mott? A.)Mott founded several temperance and abolition groups. B.)Mott drafted a constitutional amendment to give women the right to vote. C.)Mott authored the Declaration of Sentiments

  17. History

    Ms. Sue please help! 1. Which factor contributed most to the beginning of the women's rights movement in the United States during the mid-1800s? (5 points) a dramatic increase in women's participation in the workforce a shift in social attitudes brought on

  18. Social Studies

    Which of the following was a result of the reform efforts spurred on by the second great awakening of the 1820s? A.limits were placed on the number of immigrants allowed in the United States B. Women gained the right to vote C. People with mental illness

  19. social studiesssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

    2. Why did the United States enter World War I? (Choose all that apply.) (2 points) U.S. leaders wanted German territory. U.S. leaders wanted to aid German efforts in the war. U.S. leaders believed Germany had violated international law. The U.S. economy

  20. History

    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

  21. US History

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  22. Social studies

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  23. ss

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  24. Computer applications

    Which of the following best describes a political cartoon? A: it uses humor and exaggeration to express a particular point of view. *** B: it offers a well-reasoned list of pros and cons about a controversial subject. C: it makes fun of politicians and

  25. Language

    1. In the 1800s, it was believed women were good at working on projects to improve the community because (5 points) women were better leaders than men. women were better planners than men. women were more emotional than men. ****women were more moral than

  26. History

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  27. US HISTORY

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  28. social studies

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  29. History

    Which of these actions did President Lincoln take at the beginning of the Civil War? He declared martial law throughout the nation. He imprisoned congressional representatives from the South. He issued a declaration of war without the consent of Congress.

  30. SS

    On November 12, 1815, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, spokesperson for the rights of women, was born in Johnstown, New York. Stanton formulated the philosophical basis of the woman suffrage movement, blazing a trail many feared to follow. Stanton's verbal

  31. HISTORY

    Which answer best describes why women were active in early reform movements? A. Many Americans believed women had higher morals than men. B. Many Americans believed women could better bring about change than men. C. Women in the 19th century had plenty of

  32. Social studies

    13. In what ways were the women's rights movement and the civil rights movement similar

  33. Help please

    How did Henry David Thoreau inspire later American reformers? A) by introducing civil disobedience B) by introducing a new genre of writing C) by convincing the people to believe in God D) by introducing the benefits of solitary living Which answer best

  34. educational technology

    2. Which of the following statements about the women’s suffrage movement is most accurate? (1 point) Women received the vote with little effort or opposition. Suffragists’ main strategy was the use of political cartoons. The women’s suffrage movement

  35. social studies

    On November 12, 1815 Elizabeth Cady Stanton spokesperson for the rights of women was born in Johnston, New York. Stanton formulated the philosophical basis of the woman suffrage movement, blazing a trail many feared to follow. Stanton verbal brilliance

  36. History

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  37. history

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  38. History

    11.)What was the main contribution of Susan B. Anthony in the suffrage movement? A.)Anthony founded several temperance and abolition groups. B.)Anthony helped found the NWSA with Elizabeth Cady Stanton. C.)Anthony drafted a constitutional amendment to give

  39. History

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  40. science

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  41. social

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  42. US HISTORY

    what laws were passed because of temperance movement. Or what did the government do because of the temperance movement (Prohibition era). Thanks!

  43. History

    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

  44. us history

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  45. Social Studies

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  46. History

    What was the main reason women wanted to be active in early reform movements? A)Women believed it was their civic duty to improve society. B)Being active in reform groups was a social outlet for many women. C)Women wanted to gain the right to vote by being

  47. History

    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

  48. American History

    I am writing a research paper on the women's rights movement. I have to discuss whether it was a success or failure and support my answer with detail. I did some research and I believe that the women's rights movement was a success because women today are

  49. History

    On November 12, 1815, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, spokesperson for the rights of women, was born in Johnstown, New York. Stanton formulated the philosophical basis of the woman suffrage movement, blazing a trail many feared to follow. Stanton's verbal

  50. history

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  51. history

    1. what positive long-lasting effects did the youth movement in thw 1960's have on society? a. women working outside the home** b.the environmental movement c. the end of prohibition d.the creation on jazz 2. during the 1960's the counterculture youth

  52. U.S. History

    suppose you are a women who has gained political experience in the abolitionist movement. write a letter to the editor explaining your opposition to the exclusion of women from the proposed 15th amendment dear editor; the Fifteenth Amendment to the United

  53. History--Ms. Sue, Writeacher, Reed??

    The women's-rights movement in the United States was first started by women who -faced economic discrimination in the workplace -had experience in other social-reform movements*** -were important figures in the Second Great Awakening. -had an impact on the

  54. Social Studies (History)

    Why were women the active leaders in the effort of the temperance movement?

  55. World History- (Ms. Sue)

    What is the significance of temperance movement? My answer is the temperance movement of the 19th and early 20th centuries was an organized effort to encourage moderation in the consumption of intoxicating liquors or press for complete abstinence. Is this

  56. History -Reed or Ms. Sue

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  57. Soc. Studies

    How were the abolitionist and women's rights movements related? A.The abolitionist movement was patterned on the women's rights movement. B.The two movements competed for resources. C.The two movements had entirely opposing underlying philosophies. D.Many

  58. Social Studies

    How did economic changes influence women's decision to fight for suffrage? A. Women were now working outside the home****(I think A)*** B. Women joined the temperance to reduce alcohol use C. Women who lived in rural areas worked on farms but not factories

  59. Social Studies

    Because of her reform activities, which group would not have supported Rebecca Latimer Felton? (1 point) supporters of educational opportunities for all citizens of the state supporters of the suffrage movement to gain voting rights for women supporters of

  60. geography

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  61. History

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  62. Social Studies

    8. Which of the resolutions at Seneca Falls Convention was most inspired by married women's inability to own property? () desire for improved education in order to understand property contracts (x) belief that women should have voting rights in order to

  63. History

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  64. soc studies 3 questions pls help!!!

    8. Which of the resolutions at Seneca Falls Convention was most inspired by women’s inability to own property? (1 point) desire for improved education in order to understand property contracts belief that women should have voting rights in order to

  65. history

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  66. History

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  67. Social Studies

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  68. U.S History

    what did the members of the temperance movement hope to do?

  69. US HISTORY

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  70. social studies

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  71. History

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  72. History

    By the 1890s, through a network of women's clubs, temperance associations, and social reform organizations, women were exerting a growing influence on public affairs. True False I think true

  73. US HISTORY

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  74. science

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  75. U.S. History

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  76. History

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  77. U.S.History

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  78. history

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  79. History

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  80. English

    Between 1890-1919, women expended a great deal of effort to promote women's rights T/F

  81. World History (Ms. Sue)

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  82. United States History

    What were the views of the NORTHERN RADICALS concerning the following topics: -slavery -women's suffrage -prohibition (temperance) -free public education, help for handicapped -right to education for women & african americans -practice of religion -Native

  83. Social Studies

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  84. U.S. History

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  85. Sociology

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  86. writeacher - re religious education

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  87. History

    1. "Am I not a women and a sister" What were the ideals of the movement related to this medallion? a)abolition and suffrage****** b)freedom and abolition c)justice and temperance d)temperance and slavery 2. Which details from the poster suggest that giving

  88. History

    1. Why was Rosie the Riveter a symbolic figure? (1 point) She represented women entering manufacturing jobs during the war. She represented the difficult experiences of women during the war. She represented all people who worked hard during the war. She

  89. History

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  90. us history

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  91. English (Check)

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  92. U.S. History

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  93. history

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  94. history

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  95. psychology

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  96. U.S. History

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  97. us history

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  98. English

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  99. HIS 204

    In the early 20th century, taboos about sex changed, and a birth-control movement enabled women to explore sexuality without having to worry about pregnancy. Which woman was most closely associated with this movement? Mary Pickford Jane Addams Lillian Gish

  100. History 204 american history 1865-present

    Gradually, over the first two decades of the 20th century, the suffrage movement gained momentum. Which of the following women was least associated with this movement over its entire history dating back to the 19th century? Carrie Chapman Catt, Alice Paul,

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