The Social Reform movement began focusing on issues such as slavery, education, women’s rights, treatment of mental patients and prisoners, and the ongoing question of how to deal with Native Americans. This radical change in America’s thinking became evident in their everyday media – art, literature, sermons, and newspapers. But how effective was the Social Reform movement of the 1800’s? Did it solve the problems of society or merely draw attention to them? Did it bring a conclusion to problems or was it merely the beginning of a solution? This Primary Source Analysis examines historic documents that bring to light the true history of the Social Reform movement that swept the nation during the 1800’s. Social Reform: Was it a Diagnosis or a Cure? Examine the evidence and you decide!
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Primary Source Analysis Collection (20 Units)
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Road to Revolution
Articles of Confederation
Lewis and Clark
The Closing of the West