• anonymous
A 19th-century married couple attends a religious revival during the Second Great Awakening. Afterward, the wife has become a stronger supporter of equal rights for women, while the husband believes more strongly in women's subservience to men. This scenario supports which of the following conclusions? A. Only the wife's change in opinion represents the revival's true effect. B. The revival produced a variety of seemingly opposing effects. C. The revival ultimately did little to change either spouse's opinions. D. One of the spouses did not fully understand the revival's message
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  • wwhitlock
They each got something different from the experience

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