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counterreformer combined form of reformer.
do-gooder (informal) a social or political reformer who is considered to be naive or impractical.
Dorothea Dix U.S. social activist, reformer, and Union army Superintendent of Women Nurses, who worked to improve prison conditions and to provide asylums for the mentally ill (b.1802--d.1887).
Lollard in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, a follower of the English religious reformer John Wycliffe.
Mohandas Gandhi Indian spiritual and political leader and reformer, also known by the title Mahatma ("Great Soul") (b.1869--d.1948).