Reform Movements (5)

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The religious belief that a 1000-year era of perfect peace, harmony, and brotherhood was a prerequisite for the Second Coming of Christ.
A social reformer who brought about improvements in the treatment of inmates in insane asylums.
He split with the American Anti-Slavery Society and organized the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society with no women on the executive board.
An organization that provided concerts, lectures, and other cultural events.
This reformer from the South worked for the abolition of slavery and the struggle for equal rights for women.
The religious belief that sin and evil could be eradicated in American society as well as in the individual.
He came to observe America and wrote Democracy in America, an account of the strengths and weaknesses of the American democratic system.
This Massachusetts commune wanted to created a perfect union between intellect and manual labor. It failed because nobody really wanted to work.
This group, known as the Universal Friends, was started by Mother Ann Lee and promoted celibacy as an answer to world suffering. They were also known for their simple crafts and furniture.
This author and naturalist influenced American thought by his individualism and opposition to conformity and materialism. His most famous work, Walden, described his solitary coexistence with nature.
This American educator and reformer revolutionized public school organization and teaching.
The creation of utopian communities in which members engaged in various forms of cooperation and sharing of property and responsibility for the well-being of all.
A leading New England abolitionist, this editor of The Liberator advocated the separation from the South and the immediate emancipation of all black slaves.
The belief of New England intellectuals that the truths found beyond sense experience in intuition and nature would bring people to self-knowledge and self-reliance and ultimately to the attempted reformation of themselves and society.
This American crusader for abolitionism, temperance, educational reform, and women's rights organized the first women's rights convention with Lucretia Mott in 1848.
This movement consisted of a group of artists with the same style of painting who became known for their luxurious landscapes.
He created a dictionary of the standardized use of the English language in America.
This utopian movement began in upstate New York. People lived a communal life and shared everything, even marriages, which shocked the local inhabitants.
He wrote his famous reader that was used to teach 80% of Americans to read during the early 1800s.
Started by Robert Owen, this Indiana communes was run based on Utopian socialist ideals.
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