Unit 2B: Reform Movements And Causes Of The Civil War Question Preview (ID: 59114)


Reform Movements And Causes Of The Civil War.

Who was a leader of the education reform movement?
a) Charles Grandison Finney
b) Horace Mann
c) Dorothea Dix
d) Eli Whitney

The movement to help women obtain more rights was led by people such as Susan B. Anthony. Anthony broke the law by voting. What is the term used to describe the right to vote?
a) Emancipation
b) Compromise
c) Annexation
d) Suffrage

What reform movement crusaded against the overuse of alcohol?
a) Second Great Awakening
b) Transcendentalism
c) Abolitionist Movement
d) Temperance Movement

Who wrote “I do not wish to think, or to speak, or write, with moderation. . . . I will not equivocate . . . I will not excuse . . . I will not retreat a single inch . . . AND I WILL BE HEARD!” (Famous abolitionist)
a) Frederick Douglass
b) Sojourner Truth
c) William Lloyd Garrison
d) Abraham Lincoln

Which former slave turned abolitionist said the following about her life as a slave: I want to know what has become of the love I ought to have for my children? I did have love for them, but what has become of it? I cannot tell you...
a) Sojourner Truth
b) Dorothea Dix
c) Harriet Beecher Stowe
d) Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Which of the following people escaped slavery by running away to Massachusetts? He taught himself to read and write and gave powerful speeches. For example, Let me not be misunderstood here. I am not asking for sympathy...
a) Theodore Weld
b) William Lloyd Garrison
c) Charles Grandison Finney
d) Frederick Douglass

Which of these was a very controversial part of the Compromise of 1850?
a) Wilmot Proviso
b) Fugitive Slave Act
c) Freeport Doctrine
d) Monroe Doctrine

Who wrote the book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, which sold more than 300,000 copies and drastically changed the national debate over slavery?
a) George Whitefield
b) William Lloyd Garrison
c) Sojourner Truth
d) Harriet Beecher Stowe

What man used physical violence to battle slavery.
a) John Brown
b) Abraham Lincoln
c) Preston Brooks
d) Charles Sumner

Which Supreme Court decision ruled that enslaved persons were property? This ruling meant they could never have rights under the Constitution as citizens.
a) McCulloch v. Maryland
b) Fugitive Slave decision
c) Marbury v. Madison
d) Dred Scott decision

Which of these states was the first to secede from the United States of America on December 20, 1860?
a) North Carolina
b) Virginia
c) Maryland
d) South Carolina

Who stated that the Union will endure forever?
a) James Buchanan
b) Andrew Johnson
c) Abraham Lincoln
d) Jefferson Davis

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