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In 1832 the Supreme Court ruled that Georgia did not have legal authority over the Cherokees living in the state. President Andrew Jackson responded to this decision by
a) filing another petition against the Cherokee Nation
b) ignoring the ruling and allowing Georgia to evict the Cherokee Nation
c) ordering state officials in Georgia to negotiate with the Cherokee Nation
d) asking Congress to pay reparations to the Cherokee Nation

Which of these best summarizes the Monroe Doctrine?
a) The immigration of Europeans to the United States must be discouraged.
b) International peace can be maintained without complicated alliances.
c) The power to nullify federal laws is necessary to preserve sovereignty.
d) Further colonization of the Americas by European countries is prohibited.

Author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin
a) Ernest Hemmingway
b) J.K. Rowling
c) Harriet Beecher Stowe
d) Susan B. Anthony

Labor Unions are formed to demand better conditions for factory workers
a) Worker's Rights
b) Abolition
c) Temperance
d) Seneca Falls

Tax on imports that causes consumers to buy goods made in the U.S. A.
a) Protective Tariff
b) Production
c) Nullification
d) Monroe Doctrine

Which precedent was established by the Supreme Court ruling in Marbury v. Madison?
a) The federal government has the power to regulate trade among the states.
b) State governments lack the authority to regulate federal bureaus.
c) Federal courts determine the constitutionality of a law.
d) State courts lack the authority to hear cases challenging federal law.

Convention for women’s rights; Declaration of Sentiments was written
a) Constitutional Convention
b) New York City
c) Seneca Falls
d) New Amsterdam

Fought for suffrage and women’s rights
a) Susan B. Anthony
b) Harriet Beecher Stowe
c) John Marshall
d) Eli Witney

To do with people
a) Reform
b) Media
c) Suffrage
d) Social

Movement to ban alcohol
a) Worker's Reform
b) Abolition
c) Temperance
d) Seneca Falls

Change something for the better
a) Social
b) Reform
c) Seneca Falls
d) Temperance

Person who wanted to end slavery
a) Temperance
b) Reform
c) Seneca Falls
d) Abolitionist

The introduction of interchangeable parts led directly to the
a) formation of the patent system
b) creation of labor unions
c) use of mass-production techniques
d) eight-hour workday

Which statement best describes a result of industrialization in the United States during the mid-nineteenth century?
a) People moved to cities in search of economic opportunity.
b) Farmers began to cultivate land west of the Appalachian Mountains.
c) Native peoples were forcibly relocated to western territories.
d) Government officials began to promote the idea of Manifest Destiny

In 1803 Thomas Jefferson made one of his most important contributions as president when he —
a) wrote the Declaration of Independence
b) became the leader of the Democratic- Republican Party
c) founded the University of Virginia
d) purchased the Louisiana Territory from France

How did the War of 1812 affect the U.S. economy?
a) The use of federal paper currency increased.
b) Agricultural imports increased.
c) Imports of raw materials increased.
d) Manufacturing increased.

Who helped organize the Seneca Falls Convention and write the Declaration of Sentiments?
a) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
b) Harriet Beecher Stowe
c) Harriet Tubman
d) Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Second Great Awakening was a movement that promoted—
a) Spiritual revival and the need for social reform
b) The use of reason and scientific theory
c) States’ rights and governmental reform
d) Mercantilism and the development of global trade

What was one major effect of the Erie Canal on the United States in the early nineteenth century?
a) A rise in cotton exports to the United Kingdom
b) An increase in the cost of shipping goods to Europe
c) A decrease in trade between settler and American Indians
d) The rapid growth of cities in the Northeast

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