What factors prompted the large-scale migration of English men and women to America?

Class Book:Henretta, James A., David Brody. America A Concise History 4th Ed., Volume 1: To 1877. Boston, NY: Bedford / St. Matin’s, 2010

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What factors prompted the large-scale migration of English men and women to America?

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How do you explain the appearance of the women’s rights movement? What were its goals and why did they arouse intense opposition?

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