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As the nineteenth century dawned, the United States underwent

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As the nineteenth century dawned, the United States underwent a second great wave of revival and awakening of religious sentiment. From Cane Ridge, Kentucky to Yale University, revival swept up Americans. Church attendance rose and religious fervor swept into every region of the country. Richard McNemar describes the initial stages of the Awakening in Kentucky while the subsequent writers examine particular facets and outcomes of the reforming impulse.

Question: As you read the documents provided , notice how the idea of the moral reform of the individual is a prominent theme. According to the writers if these documents, how was this message of an individual’s moral reform to be applied in society? What would be the affects of this moral reform on society? How is William Lloyd Garrison’s ‘The Liberator’ and the call for immediate emancipation to be understood in the context of the Second Great Awakening? ontent/index.html
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