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During the 2nd Great Awakening, many speakers like Charles Finney held many crowds during his speeches about converting to the Christian faith.
Horace Mann thought that his country's political future depended on the knowledge of the children, so he pushed for schools with a better curriculum, and with experienced teachers.
The Temperance movement was at its peak, as families pushed away from alcohol in hopes it would give them a high status.
The mentally ill were originally proclaimed as insane or possessed. Along with other reformers, Dorothea Dix helped the treatment of these people gradually improve.
Henry David Thoreau, a Transcendentalist, spent 2 years by Walden pond, recording details of the wilderness, soon turning them into a book: Walden.
Slavery was still going during the time of Societal Reforms, but the idea of Abolition rose, and sectionalism increased.
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