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The gate to heaven : T.H. Gallaudet and the rhetoric of the deaf education movement /

The first half of the nineteenth century was in America an era of reform. Stimulated by the intellectual currents of evangelism, nationalism and enlightenment philosophy, Americans banded together in collective efforts to eradicate social ills. The major instruments of reform were benevolent societies which united Christians of all denominations in some form of "doing good." While many of the reforms addressed practical social problems, they were guided largely by a religious motive, by the goals of.

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