How Did The Market Revolution Reflect The Ideals Of American Women

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Following the Market Revolution the ideals of American Womanhood were reinterpreted due to many social reforms, abolitions movements, and the fight for political equality. Many social reforms took place between the American Revolution and the Civil War. The Market Revolution led to many of the social changes for women at this time. Both men and mostly single women began to find work outside of their family farms. Young girls would often find work at Lowell factories. The Lowell system seemed very desirable to most single women because many them would live at home until they were married so this gave them an opportunity for different experiences. The Market Revolution also created the middle class. In middle class families the women would
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