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    Reformers: Motivation

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    Why were reformers so interested in changing people's behavior? Would we have been better off if they had minded their own business? Are there parallels today?

    Hi, I'm just looking for a paragraph or two that will get me started. Thanks.

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    Problem: Why were reformers so interested in changing people's behavior? Would we have been better off if they had minded their own business? Are there parallels today?

    I am assuming that the question refers to United States History from 1877 until the present. Here are a few thoughts. I believe the case can be made that we we are better off because of many reformers and the reforms they championed. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. ...

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    The solution explains the motivation behind the work of the Reformers in the 19th century. The explanation discusses why reformers were interested in changing people's behavior and discusses whether we would have been better off if they had minded their own business. It also discusses whether there are parallels today. The explanation is given in 308 words.

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