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What was the ruling in the Dred Scott vs. Sanford court case?
a) Scott was set free
b) Dred Scott was a slave, being property he had no rights and the Missouri Compromise was overturned
c) Dred Scott was a slave, having no rights but slavery was still not allowed above the 36 30 line.
d) Scott was slave and was told he could not sue at all.

How was George Washington an example of civic virtue?
a) He was a General in the American Revolution
b) He is conisdered the first President of the United States
c) He wanted to serve his country although he was apprehensive post American Revolution
d) He set many precedents

What is civic virtue?
a) Having habits of personal living which are claimed to be important for the sucess of the community
b) Having strong religious beliefs
c) Having strong working habits
d) Working closely with the community for economic prosperity

Thomas Jefferson believed that the common man good better society, this is an example of?
a) popular sovereignty
b) separation of powers
c) civic virtue
d) state's rights

Which of the following is an example of popular sovereignty within the Compromise of 1850?
a) California would be a free state
b) Texas was payed 10 million for its northwest territory
c) Slavery or not would be decided by a vote in the Mexican Cession territory
d) Mexican Cession territory would now be Utah and New Mexico territory.

Which of the following is not a characteristic of the Federalist Party?
a) Emphasis on manufactoring
b) Loose interpretation of the Constitution
c) Strong Federal government
d) Abolitionist

What caused the removal of federal troops from the south?
a) The Compromise of 1850
b) Lincolns Ten Percent Plan
c) The Compromise of 1877
d) Congress' Reconstruction Plan

With the Emancipation Proclamation slaves were freed from what territory?
a) Free all slaves in the north
b) Freed all slaves only in Texas and Mississippi
c) This would free all slaves in states who were in rebellion
d) Freed all slaves everywhere in America

The Gettysburg Address was to honor fallen soldiers and?
a) Express Lincoln's views on slavery
b) To remind all Americans the principle that were being fought for in the Civil War
c) Commemorate the battle field
d) To reunite the north and the south both socially and politically

Who started the abolitionist paper The North Star?
a) Harriet Tubman
b) Elizabeth Stanton
c) Dorthea Dix
d) Frederick Douglas

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