Reform Movements of the Second Great Awakening
The Second Great Awakening provided an emotional outlet, a right of passage, and social correspondence for American society. Society was seen as immoral. As a result, Congregationalists and Presbyterians began stressing free will in sinners' conversion to God. The religious revivals created middle-class reform movements which called for self-improvement for the benefit of the nation. Some of the social reform efforts made by the Second Great Awakening included moral reform groups that focused on prohibiting drinking and the rights of women.
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