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Social Reform Movements and The Reform Crusade 1830 to 1860 Video

Video title: The Reform Crusade 1830-1860

Use this American History and Social Reform Movements video entitled The Reform Crusade 1830 to 1860 to study the social changes brought about by the mid 19th century crusade to end slavery and the activism of the late 19th century.

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Social Reform Movements and The Reform Crusade 1830 to 1860 Video . Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Social Reforms in The 1800s. Learn about The Reform Crusade from 1830 to 1860. Survey reform movements in America and see how they emerged from an ever-changing national conscience.
  • Explore the history of social reform in America, with a special focus on the abolition movement, the Progressive movement, and the New Deal.
  • Gain insight to the social changes brought about by the mid-nineteenth-century crusade to end slavery; the activism of the late nineteenth century, when reformers worked to end the abuses of big business and industry; and the unionism and welfare reforms of the 1930's.
  • Learn the meaning and implications of a national conscience, and consider the role played by religion, the ideals of the Enlightenment, and the perception of the United States as a land of opportunity in the development of America's national conscience and the American passion for social reform.
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