Jefferson is a central figure in early american history highly praised for his political leadership but also criticized for the role of slavery in his private life. In the course of their abolitionist activities many american women began to establish contact with their counterparts across the atlantic each group penning articles and contributing material support to the others antislavery publications and fundraisers. Most visibly the market revolution encouraged the growth of cities and reshaped the lives of urban workers in 1820 only two cities in the united states new york and philadelphia had over 100000 inhabitants. Jstor is a digital library of academic journals books and primary sources
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