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Reforming Society

Section 142-145

Public School Movement Movement aimed at providing greater educational opportunities through the establishment of tax-supported public schools
Penitentiary Movement Movement aimed at structuring prisons so that prisoners will feel penitent for their crimes
Temperance Movement Movement aimed at stopping alcohol abuse and the problems created by it.
Neal Dow Had a reputation for lectures on alcohol abuse and succeeded in securing the passage of the "Maine Law," which restricted the sale of alcohol
Dorothea Dix Reformer for the mentally ill, and the penitentiary movement
Horace Mann prominent education reformer, politician, and senator
Created by: JuV3