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I just want to make sure I am getting the right answers so I don't study the wrong material. 30.Jefferson believed that this group promoted aristocratic pretensions and courtly intrigue through such practices as weekly levees or formal receptions for presidential guests. a. Whigs b. Nationalists c. Federalists d. Republicans 31.All of the following statements about the Louisiana Purchase are true EXCEPT: a. it was opposed by many Federalist legislators. b. it revealed President Jefferson's aggressive style in supporting national interests. c. it doubled the size of the United States. d. it contained a great deal of America's least productive farmland. 32.How did Tenskwatawa demonstrate his powers as a prophet? a. He made it rain. b. He healed a sick woman. c. He made the sun go dark. d. He stopped a charging buffalo. 33.The pan-Indian resistance movement focused its efforts on: a. promoting the peaceful westward migration of white settlers. b. bargaining to get Constitutional rights for Indians. c. uniting Indian opposition to white settlement in the West. d. drawing Indians into the capitalist economy. 34.First non-Federalist elected as president, he was very popular with yeoman farmers in America. a. Thomas Jefferson b. James Madison c. James Monroe d. Andrew Jackson e. William Henry Harrison 35.As Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Marshall: a. made decisions that reflected his Jeffersonian republicanism. b. was a consistent supporter of state's rights. c. felt property rights should not be empowered. d. made decisions that reflected his nationalist convictions. 36.The Missouri Compromise attempted to: a. ease sectional differences regarding protective tariffs. b. bar free blacks from entering Missouri. c. calm growing differences over the issue of slavery. d. strengthen the Bank of the United States. 37.Henry Clay's American System included all of the following policies EXCEPT: a. locally-funded internal improvements. b. support of the national bank. c. wider use of protective tariffs. d. increased use of federal subsidies. 38.Martin Van Buren’s success as a politician was his systematic use of: a. Patronage b. A platform c. Party discipline d. All of above e. None of the above 39.The system whereby a victorious party can give government jobs to its supporters and remove incumbent appointees from the opposition party is known as a. “politics as usual.” b. “pork.” c. "the “spoils system.” d. "a “crying shame.” e. "the “American System.” 40.In the wake of Jackson’s controversial presidency many democrats left the Democratic party and joined the Whig party. Whigs favored: a. spread of banking and paper money. b. chartering of corporations. c. passing protective tariffs. d. opening up new markets through government subsidized transportation projects. e. All of the above.
Asked By: Whatever Ismyname - 2/11/2011
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Since they are all multiple choice, as long as you are reading your textbooks, then you will not study the wrong material.
Answered By: Tim D - 2/12/2011
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30 Federalists 34 Thomas Jefferson 39 Spoils System That's all I have for right now :)
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