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  • Sir, we must be self-reliant and independent, it is essential to prosper and ascend in life
  • Wow, this is so intriguing, teach me more about self-reliance!!
  • Rights for us women might be implemented immediately. We have lost our patience!
  • My name is Susan B. Anthony, I speak for all of us in saying that we also deserve equality, just like men have!!
  • Being treated as equally as men must be put into action!!
  • Please put an end to our misery! We are tired of being treated so poorly and living as slaves everyday!
  • We must abolish slavery!!
  • Slavery is wrong! These Africans should have never been brought to America to work as slaves! They will be sent back to Africa!!
  • Transcendentalism was a well-known idea that valued self-reliance and independence. Followers believed that religion and political parties were corrupt, and would corrupt individuals. They viewed people were at their absolute best when they relied on themselves for any situation and believed that individuals would ascend to greater potential when they were self reliant. As a result, a community can be truly united. 
  • We should shift our views on society and religion.
  • We must seek for greater potential and read highly intelligent books, such as Henry David Thoreau's Self Reliance.
  • Women have set a goal to fight for reformed rights. They wanted to be viewed equally and have the same status of men. This was due to them having an original stereotype of only being a second-class citizen. They were also tired of men dominating their status, so their main objectives were to fight for more rights. Leaders such as Elizabeth Stanton and Susan B. Anthony were primary leaders who fought for rights of women. 
  • Yes! Our goal has been accomplished. We finally have women's rights. 
  • SUCCESS!
  • Our rights finally came to fruition!
  • Abolitionism was an important reform movement that wanted to abolish slavery, because it was wrong and inhumane. This became a challenge due to new territories participating in the slave industry and mostly Southern states wanting more free labor. 
  • I am so mortified that you all were enslaved! You will not be slaves anymore! Would you like to return to Africa?
  • Yes please!! Can we please go back to Monrovia? That is the capital of Liberia and our family has a rich cultural heritage there!!
  • The Transcendentalism movement brought forth many inspiring people who wrote books that revolutionized the movement. For example, there was Henry David Thoreau, Emerson, and Walt Whitman, who frequently questioned the purpose of life. This shifted Americans' views on certain aspects, such as poverty and industry.
  • The women's rights movement brought forth a significant amount of influence for voting in 1920. Women used to work in factories under terrible conditions and low wages. The fight for women's rights was in correlation to abolitionist's motives.
  • The American colonization society was established during the Anti-Slavery movement. Some African slaves returned to Africa, including places such as Monrovia, Liberia. William Garrison was an abolitionist that started the American Antislavery Society. Frederick Douglass was an important activist in putting an end to slavery.       
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