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Reform.

Conform
a) obey established rules
b) do not obey unjust laws
c) revival of religious feeling
d)

Civil Disobedience
a) Obey the law
b) Obey the King
c) Refuse to obey unjust laws
d) refuse to obey any laws

republic
a) democracy
b) dictatorship
c) monarchy
d)

Suffrage
a) right to pray
b) right to vote
c) right to bear arms
d) end suffering of women

Abolition means
a) end slavery
b) end drinking alcohol
c) end war
d)

2nd Great Awakening encouraged
a) manifest destiny
b) No more war
c) individuals to improve society
d)

Henry David Thoreau's beliefs
a) Abolitionist
b) Civil Disobedience
c) Women's rights
d)

Sojourner Truth
a) Abolitionist
b) Women's rights
c) Both
d) neither

Reform
a) Change to make an improvement
b) Switching to a new routine
c) Going in the opposite direction
d)

2nd Great Awakening
a) refuse to obey unjust laws
b) obey all established laws
c) revival of religious feelings
d) revival of the conformity

Compromise of 1820
a) added Missouri -slave state and Maine-free state
b) added California as Free and Fugitive slave law
c) popular sovereignty allowed slavery into states where it had been banned
d)

popular sovereignty
a) people of territories should decide whether it enters as free or slave state
b) states stay balanced so Senate has number
c)
d)

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