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Reform means to change, usually a reversion to what is perceived to be a pure original state. It has been used for any change thought to be positive, however.

Reform can refer to:

In politics:

  • Reform movement, a generic term for various social and political movements.
  • Reform Party, a list of parties calling themselves the Reform Party or variants thereof.
  • Reform Act, a common name for electoral-reform bills in the United Kingdom; they are usually differentiated by their year.
  • Reform (think tank), a think-tank in the United Kingdom that promotes deregulation, competition in UK public services, and a low-tax economy.

In religion:

  • Reform Judaism, a major denomination of Judaism with principles influenced by the Enlightenment.
  • Reform (Anglican), an evangelical organisation within the Anglican Church.
  • Wesleyan Reform Union, an independent group of Methodists in the United Kingdom.
  • Reform Mormonism, a recent movement inspired by the same Enlightenment ideals as Reform Judaism.

Reform can also refer to:

  • Reform, Alabama, a town in western Alabama.
  • Rifo-mu, a false cognate in Japanese that also means remaking or reform, usually in reference to a structure.

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