B) In previous eras, social reform was supported exclusively by private charities; in the
early 1900s, social reform was controlled by the government.
C) In previous eras, social reform was mixed with morality; in the early 1900s, it was
free from moral overtones.
D) During previous eras, social reform had been more complex and interrelated; during
the early 1900s, reformers saw problems as individualized and simplistic.
E) During previous eras, social reform had been more simplistic and directed at one
particular problem; during the early 1900s, reformers saw problems as complex and
How did the Deep South respond to court-ordered desegregation?
A) by taking action to end discrimination in schools
B) with grudging acceptance of the decisions
C) with apathy and passive acceptance
D) with massive and widespread resistance
E) with violence and threats to once again secede from the Union
Hinton R. Helper tried to convince southern yeoman farmers that ________.