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Title: Chapter 9 The Quest for Republican Society


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Chapter 9 The Quest for Republican Society
  • How did Americans pursuit of republican ideals
    after the revolution transform the nation into a
    more egalitarian society?
  • How did the role of woman change in republican
    society?
  • How and when did African Americans create a
    distinctive society in the South?
  • Describe the social order of the South?
  • How did Protestant Christianity act as a force
    for social change?

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I. Democratic Republicanism A. Social and
Political Equality for White Men
  • Republican Ideology
  • Legal equality for all free men social
    divisions acceptable if
  • Some question this
  • Voting rights for all free white men

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I. Democratic Republicanism A. Social and
Political Equality for White Men
  • Republican Ideology
  • Power white men
  • White women and free blacks

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I. Democratic Republicanism B. Republican Marriage
  • Republicanism at odds with subordination of women
  • Paternal authority eroded
  • compassionate marriage
  • Divorce -

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I. Democratic Republicanism C. Republican
Motherhood
  • Birthrate declines
  • Republican wives and republican mothers

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I. Democratic Republicanism D. Raising and
Educating Republican Children
  • Probate Law
  • Children Rich vs. poor
  • Schooling
  • Websters black blue speller
  • Literature

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II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery B,
Toward a new social order
  • Profound social differences
  • Great Hope
  • American Colonization Society?
  • Slave Trade
  • Migration demand high

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II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery A. N
and S grow apart
  • American Aristocracy?

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II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery C.
Slave Society and Culture
  • American born slave population
  • Cultural differences disappear

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II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery D.
Free Black Population
  • 13

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II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery E.
Missouri Crisis
  • Tallamadge Amendment House blocks admission
  • Missouri Compromise

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III. Protestant Christianity as a Social Force A.
The Second Great Awakening
  • Spiritual Equality, human ability and free will
  • South Baptist and Methodist
  • Black Christianity and Religious Emotionalism

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III. Protestant Christianity as a Social Force A.
The Second Great Awakening
  • Individual Salvation become linked with social
    reform
  • Religious benevolence

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III. Protestant Christianity as a Social Force B.
Womens New Religious roles
  • Become active in religious and charitable work
  • Excluded elsewhere
  • Education
  • School Teachers

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