Just a little U.S History help! Preparing for a Test!?

1. Which of the following best describes the abolition and women’s reform movements in the first half of the nineteenth century?
(Points : 1)
The abolition movement was only successful because of the success of the women’s rights movement.

These two movements did not succeed completely in attaining their goals during this period.

The women’s rights movement started after the abolition movement had attained its goals.

These two movements were largely successful in attaining their goals during this period.

Question 2.2. Which of the lists shown here contains names of abolition reformers?

(Points : 1)
List A

List B

List C

List D

Question 3.3. Which of the lists shown here contains names of education reformers?

(Points : 1)
List A

List B

List C

List D

Question 4.4. Which of the lists shown here contains names of women’s rights reformers?

(Points : 1)
List A

List B

List C

List D

Question 5.5. Which right did early nineteenth century American women have?
(Points : 1)
the right to attend church

the right to enter into contracts

the right to file a lawsuit

the right to vote

Question 6.6. What document expressed the views of many women’s rights reformers of the first half of the nineteenth century?
(Points : 1)
the Declaration of Women’s Rights

the Seneca Falls Convention Act

the Declaration of Sentiments

the Seneca Falls List of Demands

Question 7.7. Which of the following does not explain why people worked for reform in the 1830s and 1840s?
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They considered reform an outgrowth and an obligation of their faith.

They believed that society and the individual could be perfected.

Their religion required that they perform work for the disadvantaged.

Their religion stressed a dedication to making the world a better place in which to live.

Question 8.8. What was the goal of most utopian communities in the first half of the nineteenth century?
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to create communities where production of goods is achieved through work assignments based on skills

to achieve a state of perfection through adherence to a strict set of moral and ethical guidelines

the welfare and happiness of all residents through the practice of complex marriages

the growth of additional utopian communities through the practice of celibacy

Question 9.9. What prompted Dorothea Dix to try and reform prisons and asylums?
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a mentally ill family member who was mistreated in an asylum

federal laws that were biased against prisoners and the mentally ill

cruel and inhumane treatment of prisoners and the mentally ill

overcrowding of state prisons and asylums for the mentally ill

Question 10.10. Which of the following best describes the success of major reform movements of the early nineteenth century?
(Points : 1)
They were successful in every aspect, and American society radically changed for the better.

They experienced some success through the hard work of Americans who believed in the perfectibility of society.

They experienced little success, mainly due to the failure of reformers to attract followers.

They were totally unsuccessful, because most Americans of that era were anti-religion and refused to help people less fortunate than themselves.

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