71) Northern response to Theodore Weld’s fiery anti-slavery orations is indication by his reputation as “the Most ___ Man in the United States.”
C)Mobbed D) Ignored
72) American women won the right to vote in 1869 in: A) Ohio.
D)the Wyoming Territory.
73) Growing, increasingly ethnic, urban areas played a significant role in: A) the collapse of the Whig Party.
B)the collapse of the Tammany Hall machine.
C)the increasing strength of the Republican Party in the South.
D)American politics becoming less democratic.
74) Woman likely played a large role in reform movements because they were: A) more moral than men.
B)unable to vote and excluded from party politics.
C)less likely to be swayed by emotion than men.
D)better educated than men.