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A member of the Democratic-Republican party would be most likely to support which of the following ideas?
a) The federal government should regulate education b) The federal government should have the most power c) The state governments should allow the federal government to create a national drinking age d) The state governments should have the most power
Which was not a CAUSE of the War of 1812
a) Impressment of British Sailors b) British gave Native Americans weapons c) Tecumseh inspired native Americans to fight d) Americans wanted gold
What is Impressment
a) Ironing your clothes b) getting someone to like you c) GUESS GUESS GUESS let NOT get smarter d) American sailors being forced to work on British ships
What rules did the Alien Act establish
a) Freedom of speech b) No such thing then a light that's better than yours - J cole c) Increase the time it took to become a citizen d) Going to outer space
In 1812, President James Madison urged Congress to declare war on Britain. Madison justified his request based mainly on his belief that
a) Britain had violated the neutrality of the United States b) a previous treaty required the United States to assist France c) Britain planned to establish new colonies in North America d) the United States could gain new territory and annex Canada
Which issue is one reason for the development of political parties in the early republic? (8.5C)
a) There was a disagreement over the war with Great Britain in 1812. b) The Founding Fathers were split over including the Bill of Rights in the Constitution. c) There was disagreement over the Louisiana Purchase. d) There was disagreement over the role of the national government in the development of the US economy
16. What was the major provision of the Embargo Act passed by Congress in 1807?
a) The act declared war on both England and France. b) The act established a trade agreement with Canada and Latin America c) The act stopped all trade between the United States and other countries d) The act expanded the country’s navy in preparation for war with England.
What benefit did the protective tariff give the American economy?
a) Make goods from other countries cost LESS than american goods b) Raised Money and helped american Industry grow c) This is a cool way to study for my test d) Weak central government
Alexander Hamilton’s economic plan was designed to (8.5A)
a) strengthen the power of state governments b) prevent Congressional control of interstate commerce c) help build the national economy d) encourage British imports
Which issue would be supported by Thomas Jefferson, but rejected by Alexander Hamilton? (8.5C)
a) a national bank b) a strong business culture c) an anti-French policy d) strong states' rights
How many terms did Washington believe presidents should serve?
a) 2 b) 1 c) 8 d) 4
17. How did the disruption in Atlantic shipping during the War of 1812 affect the U.S. economy? (8.13A)
a) Imports of raw materials increased in the Northeast. b) Americans immigrated to Europe to find manufacturing jobs. c) Cotton sales from southern states to Europe increased. d) American manufacturing expanded to provide replacements for foreign goods.
What is a policy of neutrality?
a) Go to War b) Join England against France c) Avoid taking sides or getting involved d) Join France against England
How did Federalists interpret the text of the Constitution? (8.21A)
a) The Constitution should be interpreted using precedents from international court cases. b) The national government has only the powers specifically listed in in the Constitution. c) The Constitution should be interpreted using the Bill of Rights. d) That the national government had more powers than just the ones listed in the Constitution
Which issue is one reason for the development of political parties in the early republic? (8.5C)
a) There was a disagreement over the war with Great Britain in 1812. b) The Founding Fathers were split over including the Bill of Rights in the Constitution. c) There was disagreement over the Louisiana Purchase. d) There was disagreement over the role of the national government in the development of the US economy
The Tariff Act of 1789 placed a tax on goods entering the United States from another country. The funds raised from the tariff were meant mainly to pay for the country’s—(8.5B)
a) War debts from the American Revolution b) Day-to-day expenses c) New national bank d) Constitutional Conventions
Alexander Hamilton’s economic plan was designed to
a) help build the national economy b) encourage British imports c) prevent Congressional control of interstate commerce d) strengthen the power of state governments
Which problem did George Washington encounter when he became president? (8.5A)
a) Southern states were threatening to secede from the Union. b) The United States had large debts from the American Revolution. c) Great Britain was refusing to trade with the United States. d) The Articles of Confederation needed to be replaced with a stronger constitution.
During the Early Republic period, why were some Americans in favor of protective tariffs? (8.5B)
a) It would allow Southern plantation owners to borrow money from banks. b) The federal government could then lower the income tax rate. c) Businesses in the North thought it would help them compete with European imports. d) It would enable Americans to buy foreign products.
Which President of the United States declared that the Western Hemisphere was closed to further colonization by other countries?
a) John Quincy Adams b) Andrew Jackson c) James Madison d) James Monroe
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