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6.2 Vocabulary

Major Reform Movements

TermDefinition
Reform To make better by changing the bad parts of society
Abolition Getting rid of completely
Transcendentalism Movement that emphasized living in harmony with nature and stressed examining a person's thoughts, emotions, and imagination
Utopian communities Communities based on self-sufficiency that wanted to create a perfect society by sharing equally the work and items produced in the community
Suffrage The right for women to vote
Temperance Ban the drinking of alcohol
Asylum A hospital for the mentally ill
Seneca Falls Convention First womens' rights convention
Declaration of Sentiments A speech given at the Seneca Falls Convention that demanded equal rights for women including voting
Underground Railroad An escape route to the North for runaway slaves
Enlightenment Reaching spiritual knowledge and understanding