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Old December 1st, 2016, 04:09 PM   #1
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Question 1
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The Jeffersonian vision of government championed all of the following EXCEPT:

The protection of individual rights and liberties.

The increase of military spending through the imposition of higher internal taxes.

Limited government that adhered to a strict construction of the Constitution.

The avoidance of foreign entanglements.


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Question 2
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The Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Marshall defined all of the following relative powers of the federal and state governments EXCEPT:

established the Court’s authority over state courts and enabled the Court to void state laws that contradicted federal laws.

recognized Congress’s implied powers for implementing the Constitution’s express powers.

established federal judicial review of state laws by striking down a Georgia law as unconstitutional.

favored a narrow interpretation of the Constitution, giving credence to the strict constructionist argument of President Thomas Jefferson.


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Question 3
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Events surrounding the XYZ Affair (1797) included

Vice President Aaron Burr challenging Alexander Hamilton to a duel over political slander accusations.

French officials insulting American diplomats by demanding bribes before discussions could begin over Caribbean trade violations.

Federalists’ newspapers publishing rumors of Thomas Jefferson’s sexual relationship with his slave Sally Hemings.

President John Adams' last-minute appointment of Federalist judges during the lame-duck period following his party’s defeat in the Election of 1796.


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Question 4
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The agreement crafted at the Convention of 1800, which ended hostilities between the United States and France,

required Napoleon to return the Louisiana Territory to Spain.

required France to compensate the United States for the seizing of vessels and lost of cargo occurring before the Quasi War.

created division within American society resulting in the creation of the First American Party system.

formally terminated the French-American alliance and granted each nation “most-favored nation” trade status.


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Question 5
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The Franco-American Quasi War (1798-1800) began when

the United States invaded French-Quebec in hopes of being awarded Canada as a consequence of assisting the British during the Napoleonic Wars.

Congress rescinded America’s treaties with France and authorized the navy to attack French warships in the Caribbean.

an American frigate was sunk by a French warship off the coast of Africa.

Napoleon launched an amphibious assault on New Orleans in order to secure the port for further French military efforts on the continent.


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Question 6
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One of the glaring omissions in the Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves (1807) was

individual state laws still permitted the international slave trade.

Congress could not compel the President of the United States to enforce its provisions.

Americans could still build, equip, and dispatch ships to be used in slave trading.

the Act did not regulate the domestic slave trade.


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Question 7
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The goals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1803-06) included all of the following EXCEPT:

scout out potential locations for military posts and open commercial agreements with Native tribes.

investigate Indian culture, collect plant and animal specimens, and chart the geography of the West.

infect potentially hostile tribes with smallpox-laced blankets.

by establishing Fort Clatsop, Lewis and Clark strengthened America’s claims to the Oregon Territory.


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Question 8
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All of the following were results of the Election of 1800 EXCEPT:

In a bloodless “revolution,” governmental power was peacefully transferred from one political party to another.

A lame-duck Congress passed the Judiciary Act of 1801, enabling President John Adams to appoint Federalists to various lifetime judicial positions before leaving office.

The presidential contest was decided by the Federalist-controlled House of Representatives in favor of Democratic-Republican candidate Thomas Jefferson.

The President and Vice President represented opposing political parties.


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Question 9
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All of the following were episodes in the Barbary Wars EXCEPT:

The United States successfully blockaded Tripoli by sinking the USS Philadelphia at the Isthmus of Algers.

President Thomas Jefferson refused to continue tribute payments and sent warships to protect American shipping.

The American victory at the Battle of Derna forced Tripoli to sign a peace treaty.

North African states exhorted payments from “Christian Nations” in exchange for safe passage.


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Question 10
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In order to neutralize opposition during the Quasi-War with France, the Federalist-controlled Congress passed all of the following restrictions EXCEPT:

increased nationalization requirements from five years to fourteen.

prohibited assembly with the intent to oppose any measure of government.

forbade the printing, uttering, or publication of anything false, scandalous, or malicious against the government.

restricted trade with countries hostile to the United States.


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Question 11
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The Chesapeake-Leopard Affair of 1807 was a result of

the British attempt to bribe American diplomats before peace negotiations could begin.

an on-going commercial dispute between the United States and Great Britain over trade in the Caribbean.

a British warship attacking and boarding an American frigate in search of deserters off the Virginia coast.

a political scandal surrounding President Thomas Jefferson’s affair with a French diplomat’s wife.


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Question 12
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The crisis surrounding the XYZ Affair with France engendered in all of the following EXCEPT:

England offering the United States military support in their conflict with the French.

President John Adams convening a special session of Congress in order to recommend military and defensive measures.

As a result of American mobilization, an unofficial “quasi war” with France broke out in 1798.

French officials demanding $250,000 in bribes to order to enter into negotiations with the United States.


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Question 13
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The concept of Jeffersonian Democracy can best be described as

embracing the revolutionary belief that armed conflict was necessary to create economic and political change in society.

supporting a broad interpretation of the Constitution’s enumerated powers.

emphasizing a republican government that promoted “the People’s” welfare by protecting individual rights and liberties.

encouraging the production of American-made goods to lessen the nation’s dependency on European imports.


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Question 14
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Aspects of Macon’s Bill #2 (1810) included all of the following EXCEPT:

eventually reinstating the embargo on England as France recognized American trading rights first.

prohibiting American ships from trading with any foreign port in hopes of coercing England and France to respect American neutrality.

requiring France or England to recognize American neutral trading rights.

the measure failed to end the seizing of American ships by both England and France.


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Question 15
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The Monroe Doctrine of 1823 was established by the United States in order to

ensure America’s territorial integrity in the wake of the War of 1812.

promote the ideas of Manifest Destiny by permitting America to interfere in the internal affairs of sovereign nations in the Hemisphere.

protect the sovereignty of independent nations from European aggression in the Hemisphere.

quell communist revolutions in several Latin American countries.


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Question 16
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All of the following were British setbacks during their offensive military campaigns in the War of 1812 EXCEPT:

attempting to control Lake Champlain, their failed amphibious assault on American entrenchments at Plattsburgh.

the British naval bombardment of Fort McHenry and the failed amphibious assault on Baltimore.

retaliating for the American raid on York, occupying and destroying much of Washington, D.C.

British attempts to seize control of the Mississippi River by launching a three-pronged assault on American defenses at New Orleans.


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Question 17
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All of the following border disputes were resolved by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams EXCEPT:

curtailing Russian encroachment in the Pacific Northwest through the Russo-American Treaty.

establishing joint occupation of the Oregon Territory with Great Britain.

establishing the border with Quebec and providing for the demilitarization of the Great Lakes.

purchasing Florida from Spain and renouncing claims in Texas.


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Question 18
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President James Madison outlined all of the following grievances against England in his war message to Congress EXCEPT:

British impressment of American sailors into the Royal Navy.

British provocation of Indian attacks against western settlers.

British seizure of American ships and its impeding of neutral trade.

British failure to abandon forts in the Ohio Valley as provided in the Jay Treaty.


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Question 19
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General Andrew Jackson’s victory at the Battle of New Orleans (1815)

forced the British to end their occupation of Washington, D. C.

provided American negotiators in Ghent with the necessary leverage to secure a peace treaty advantageous to the United States.

had no effect on the outcome of the War of 1812.

enabled the United States to re-establish its independence from Great Britain.


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Question 20
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Among the Constitutional reforms discussed by the New England delegates present at the Hartford Convention in December 1814 were

enabling state legislatures the power to nullify Acts of Congress.

establishing term-limits for the President and members of Congress.

abolishing the Three-Fifths Clause and the Electoral College.

requiring a national referendum to authorize Congress to declare war, restrict trade, or admit new states.


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Question 21
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The War of 1812 is significant for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:

The war gave Americans a psychological sense of complete independence.

The Treaty of Ghent doubled American territorial holdings in the Northwest.

The war created a period of nationalistic pride as Americans unified behind a common purpose.

As a result of the Hartford Convention, Federalist opposition collapsed, ending the two-party system.


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Question 22
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All of the following were important events in the War of 1812 EXCEPT:

The British were able to capture and set fire to the nation’s capital, including the Executive Mansion and the Capitol Building.

Shawnee war chief Tecumseh was killed during the Battle of the Thames (1813).

Naval victories along the Great Lakes enabled the British to maintain their American forts at the end of the war.

New England merchants openly opposed the war and discussed seceding from the Union.


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Question 23
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The British offensive strategy in the War of 1812 consisted of all of the following EXCEPT:

launching a diversionary attack in the Chesapeake Bay to draw American forces from the North and South.

capturing the vital port city of New Orleans.

reconquering the Great Lakes to prevent an American assault on Canada.

an attack along Lake Champlain and the Hudson River to sever New England from the rest of the nation.


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Question 24
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All of the following events occurred during the First Seminole War (1815-19) EXCEPT:

General Andrew Jackson attacked Seminole and black villages in Spanish Florida.

Seminoles attacked an American supply ship, killing most of its passengers.

an American gunboat destroyed an abandoned British fort occupied by fugitive slaves and Seminoles.

with the American invasion and seizure of West Florida, Spain declared war on the United States.


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Question 25
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Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s victory at Put-In-Bay

prevented the British from capturing Detroit and forced a Canadian withdrawal from the Straits of Mackinaw.

was the only American naval victory of the War of 1812.

gave the Americans control of Lake Erie and enabled the re-conquest of the Michigan Territory.

helped break the British naval blockade that hampered trade along the Atlantic coast.


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Question 26
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The Battle of Baltimore was important for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:

The resulting victory enabled the British to launch an attack on Washington, D. C.

British warships were unable to inflict much damage during their 25-hour bombardment of Fort McHenry.

The battle inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the poem that eventually became the national anthem.

British forces abandoned their assault and retreated from the Chesapeake area.


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Question 27
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Conditions of the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819 included all of the following EXCEPT:

the Treaty required Spain to forfeit their claims to New Orleans and navigation rights on the Mississippi River.

the Treaty established the boundary between the United States and New Spain.

the United States renounced its claims in Spanish-controlled Texas.

Spain was obligated to sell Florida to the United States for $5 million.


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Question 28
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Francis Scott Key’s poem, The Defense of Fort McHenry, was inspired by

General Andrew Jackson’s victory over the Creek Indians at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.

American defenses withstanding a 23-hour naval bombardment and repelling a British amphibious assault on Baltimore.

General Alexander Macomb’s defense of Plattsburgh at the Battle of Lake Champlain.

American militia routing British forces at the Battle of Bladensburg, enabling a defense of the nation’s capital.


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Question 29
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The Second Bank of the United States (1816) did all of the following EXCEPT:

created a national currency and centralized the control of money and credit.

contributed to the Panic of 1819 by demanding state banknotes be redeemed in specie.

once again raised the Constitutional issue of its legality.

imposed fiscal discipline to combat post-war inflation by requiring specie for the repayment of debts.


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Question 30
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All of the following contributed to the Panic of 1819 EXCEPT:

America embracing bimetallism by renouncing the gold standard.

reduced international demand for American agricultural goods.

over-extension of manufacturing investments and irresponsible speculation in western lands.

the Bank of the United States demanding state banknotes be redeemed in specie.


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Question 31
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One of the requirements of the Missouri Compromise (1820), which allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state, was

establishing the concept of popular sovereignty where the people residing in the territory could decide slavery’s fate.

gradual emancipation for children of slaves residing in the Louisiana Territory once they reached the age of 25.

rescinding the anti-slavery component of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787.

prohibiting slavery’s future existence in the Louisiana Purchase north of 36’30”.


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Question 32
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The Democratic-Republican embrace of the “American System” in the aftermath of the War of 1812 *had all of the following consequences EXCEPT:

encouraged economic prosperity and national independence.

stabilized the American economy for decades afterwards.

represented the abandonment of Jeffersonian democracy.

led to sectional rivalries and disputes over the Constitution.


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Question 33
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The presidency of James Monroe (1817-1825) is often referred to as the “Era of Good Feelings” because

the United States Supreme Court declared the income tax to be unconstitutional.

the Indian wars that preceded the period finally came to an end.

sectional divisions diminished in the face of nationalistic fervor.

American settlers had completed the process of inhabiting the Northwest Territory.


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Question 34
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The Tallmadge Amendment to the Missouri statehood bill

established the Congressional practice of requiring western territories to renounce slavery as a condition of statehood.

required the abolishment of the Three-Fifths Clause that gave slave states disproportionate representation in the Senate.

would have prohibited the further expansion of slavery into Missouri and provided for the gradual emancipation for children of slaves as a condition of statehood.

protected slavery as it existed in the Missouri Territory.


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Question 35
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Events surrounding the Election of 1828 included all of the following EXCEPT:

the re-emergence of the two-party system.

political bosses using the patronage system to create party loyalty.

the Whig Party establishing itself as proponents of the “American System.”

partisan newspapers engaging in character assassination to sharpen candidate differences.


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Question 36
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The American victory in the Black Hawk War of 1832

was the last major military fight against the Native Americans in American history.

ended the Native American threat in Illinois and Wisconsin.

enabled the United States to secure the final parcel of land needed for the construction of the transcontinental railroad.

deposed of the last remnants of Indian settlement existing east of the Mississippi River.


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Question 37
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The Supreme Court’s decision, Worchester v. Georgia (1832), argued that

only the federal government had the authority to govern Indian Territory.

freed slaves could not be denied “life, liberty, or property.”

states could pass laws to restrict white settlement in Indian Territory.

the judicial branch had the authority to declare acts of Congress to be unconstitutional.


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Question 38
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After the Whig election victory in 1840, President William Henry Harrison

rewarded political supporters with government jobs through the “spoils system.”

re-established the Bank of the United States.

permitted Henry Clay to craft the executive agenda and make presidential appointments.

created a Constitutional crisis by dying one month after taking office.


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Question 39
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President Andrew Jackson’s Indian policy included all of the following EXCEPT:

the massacring of hundreds of Indians at Wounded Knee forcing the end of Indian resistance to white settlement in the West.

refusal to recognize the Supreme Court’s decision to stop government encroachments on Cherokee lands in Georgia.

a major defeat of the Sauk tribe in the Black Hawk War.

Congress appropriating money to relocate Indian tribes west of the Mississippi River.


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Question 40
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In the four-man presidential contest, all of the following occurred during the Election of 1824 EXCEPT:

The candidate that had the most Electoral Votes and the most popular votes became president.

Speaker of the House Henry Clay was appointed Secretary of State.

Treasury Secretary William Crawford suffered a paralytic stroke that doomed his presidential aspirations.

Since no candidate received the necessary Electoral Votes to win, the House of Representatives elected the president.


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Question 41
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All of the following characterize*the “Trail of Tears” EXCEPT:

federal troops forcibly removed the Cherokee from their homes in the winter of 1838.

between the internment camps and the forced march, nearly one-fourth of the Cherokee tribe perished.

American soldiers were permitted to kill any Indian that could not keep pace with the forced march.

the Cherokee Treaty Party sold tribal lands to Georgia in exchange for $5 million and land in Oklahoma.


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Question 42
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Events surrounding the nullification crisis of 1832 can best be described by all of the following EXCEPT:

The crisis led to the eventual secession of South Carolina from the Union on February 1, 1833.

It was exaperated by the belief that the tariff was responsible for economic stagnation in the agricultural South.

South Carolina maintained that they had the right to nullify federal laws that they believed were unconstitutional.

The president was granted authority to use military force to uphold the nation’s tariff laws.


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Question 43
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The domestic program of President John Quincy Adams was compromised by

the collapse of the Second Bank of the United States.

accusations that he served as a pimp for Tsar Alexander I while Ambassador to Russia.

charges of a “corrupt bargain” that made him president in 1824.

his failure to resolve the lingering effects of the Panic of 1819.


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Question 44
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President Andrew Jackson’s “war” on the Bank of the United States had all of the following consequences EXCEPT:

the Election of 1832 became a national referendum on the future of the Bank.

strengthening state and private banks led to financial stability once the Bank became a private corporation in 1837.

the formation of the Whig Party which emerged in opposition to Jackson’s policies.

the eventual liquidation of the Bank of the United States in 1841.


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Question 45
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The idea of Jacksonian democracy included all of the following EXCEPT:

increased presidential authority through the use of the veto power.

the spread of democratic ideals by expanding the franchise to include more Americans in the political process.

protecting the interests of the moneyed classes through protective tariffs and the expansion of the national bank.

creation of party loyalty through the use of patronage power.


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Question 46
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The American System championed by Henry Clay included all of the following EXCEPT:

the establishment of protective tariffs to protect American manufacturing interests.

the creation of a strong military to enforce America’s trade agreements.

expansion of the national bank to ensure a stable money supply and the availability to capital for private enterprise.

federal funding of infrastructural projects to improve the nation’s transportation systems.


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Question 47
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The crisis surrounding the “Tariff of Abominations” included all of the following EXCEPT:

South Carolina voted to nullify the tariff, using the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions as precedent.

Southerners opposed the new tariff because it hampered their export economy.

South Carolina temporarily seceded from the United States to protest the tariff.

Congress passed the Force Bill allowing the president to take military action to uphold the tariff.


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Question 48
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Whigs opposed “Mr. Polk’s War” because

the American navy was still being reconstructed after the War of 1812.

the United States was militarily ill-prepared to defeat Mexico.

financially, the United States could ill-afford a war in 1846.

they believed that Polk contrived the affair that led to American casualties along the Texas-Mexico border.


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Question 49
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All of the following military engagements occurred during the Mexican-American War EXCEPT:

General Zachary Taylor negotiated an armistice that ended the war during the Battle of Monterrey.

Outnumbered, General Zachary Taylor’s forces routed Santa Anna’s troops at the Battle of Buena Vista.

Mexican forces abandoned Mexico City allowing General Winfield Scott to occupy the capital.

General Winfield Scott launched the nation’s first amphibious assault, besieging the city of Veracruz.


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Question 50
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Under the provisions of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico agreed to all of the following terms EXCEPT:

the Rio Grande became the border between the United States and Mexico.

recognition of Texan annexation.

America “purchased” California and the New Mexico Territory for $15 million.

Secretary of State Christopher Gadsden could purchase additional Mexican lands in 1853.


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Question 51
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In the Oregon boundary dispute with Great Britain, President James Polk

proposed the Columbia River as an acceptable boundary line.

insisted on the position of “fifty-four forty or fight.”

suggested the continuance of joint occupation.

was willing to compromise on division of the Oregon Territory at the forty-ninth parallel.


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Question 52
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The United States had all of the following advantages in the war with Mexico EXCEPT:

most European powers allied themselves with the American cause.

American forces had better leadership and better weapons.

America possessed a stable government and a richer, stronger economy.

the American navy easily established a blockade of the Gulf Coast.


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Question 53
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The concept of Manifest Destiny

promoted the superiority of Native American culture in the western territories.

served as the motivation for America's invasion of Western Canada in 1849.

proposed that African slavery was derived from Biblical interpretation.

justified America's territorial expansion as a means of bringing democracy to other peoples.


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Question 54
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During the Mexican War, Colonel Stephen Kearny

became a presidential candidate, winning the election of 1848.

dispersed Mexican forces outside Santa Fe, allowing the United States to annex New Mexico.

took command of rebel forces in California and claimed the territory for the United States.

commanded the American amphibious assault on Veracruz.


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Question 55
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All of the following contributed to the westward advance of the American people in the mid-1800's EXCEPT:

overland trails, military installations, and Indian reservations enabled settlers to migrate to Oregon and California.

the discovery of gold in Alaska required the federal government to send troops to protect American claims in this Russian-controlled territory.

seeking to escape hostility and religious persecution, the Mormons established a settlement in the Great Salt Lake basin.

attempting to populate their northern provinces, the Mexican government invited Anglo-Americans to settle in Texas.


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Question 56
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The Mormons were expelled from Missouri and Illinois for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:

Mormons rejected the teachings of Jesus Christ.

The Mormons had instituted the practice of plural marriage.

Non-Mormons feared that the social cohesion among Mormons permitted political and economic domination.

The Mormons were sympathetic to abolition and treated Native Americans fairly.


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Question 57
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The Battle of San Jacinto (April 1836) was significant in the Texan independence movement for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:

The 18-minute battle decided the fate of Texan independence.

Sam Houston’s outnumbered Texan forces were overrun by the Mexican army.

Santa Anna was captured and forced to grant Texan independence.

Mexican forces retreated to the Rio Grande.


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Question 58
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The concept of Manifest Destiny included all of the following justifications for expansion EXCEPT:

the legitimacy of slavery as an economic institution and its need to expand westward.

American economic prosperity rested on controlling trade with the Far East.

to bring other cultures the benefits of American democracy and the Anglo-Saxon way of life.

America was destined by God and history to expand its boundaries over the continent.


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Question 59
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“Mr. Polk’s War” can be described by all of the following statements EXCEPT:

Whig critics argued that President Polk contrived the war from the start.

The War amounted to the bullying of a weak nation by its imperialist neighbor.

President Polk hoped to occupy Mexican territory and force the Mexican government to sue for peace quickly.

President Polk’s desire to add more slave territory for the expansion of cotton production.


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Question 60
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The Bear Flag Revolt (1846) resulted in

America acquiring New Mexico and Utah.

settlers in California declaring their independence from Mexico.

American forces being sent into Mexico to prevent any possible retaliation.

a slave uprising in Nevada, leaving scores of American settlers dead.
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I can get almost all of them. This must be your test for school.
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Did you post that test to demonstrate how difficult your class is?

I hope you did better than I would've.
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