According to Chapter 13 of Out of Many, what motivated the social reformers of the antebellum period?      

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A discussion of the motivation of the social reformers of the antebellum period can be found at the start of the section of Chapter 13 that is entitled “Social Reform Movements.”

The antebellum reform movements came soon after the market revolution.  The market revolution had changed American society in many ways.  Mainly, it had drastically weakened the ties...

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