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How did the ideas of the Enlightenment advance both the abolition movement and the women's rights movement?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    A. They showed that liberty for slaves and women could only be achieved through armed conflict. B. They claimed that women and slaves should separate from society and form their own governments. C. They argued that the strong free men of society were responsible for dominating weak slaves and women. D. They caused people to consider how freedom and equality applied to slaves and women.

  2. StudyTheWorld
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    We can scratch out A and B because they're just silly. C wouldn't "help advance the abolition movement and women's movement" at all. Your answer is D. The Enlightenment and its ideas caused others to consider how freedom and equality could be applied to their lives. Please award a medal if I was of assistance.

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