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CHAPTER 7 1) President Madison reapplied the non-intercourse

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CHAPTER 7

1) President Madison reapplied the non-intercourse policy to Great Britain because
A) his cabinet members strongly urged him to do so.
B) the French threatened to attack American shipping unless he did so.
C) he mistakenly believed that France was no longer seizing American ships.
D) he had pledged to do so during his election campaign.
E) the British were profiting too much from trade with America .

2) The Shawnee chief who tried to bind all of the tribes east of the Mississippi into a great
confederation in the early 1800s was
A) Little Turtle.
B) Corn Tassel.
C) Osceola.
D) Tecumseh.
E) Black Hawk.

3) The greatest opposition to the War of 1812 came from the
A) churches.
B) westerners.
C) expansionists.
D) War Hawks.
E) shipowners.

4) As a result of the War of 1812, the Federalists
A) increased their popularity in all regions.
B) were destroyed as a political party.
C) lost popularity in the South.
D) regained the presidency in the election of 1816.
E) increased their political influence among younger voters.

5) The Monroe Doctrine
A) proclaimed President Monroe's intention of intervening actively in Europe .
B) followed precisely a suggestion made earlier by the British government.
C) hoped to isolate the United States from involvement in European affairs.
D) asserted American claims to all of the Oregon country.
E) recognized American dependence on European powers.

6) The "Era of Good Feelings" was noted for the
A) absence of organized political parties opposing each other.
B) return to the political and economic philosophy of Jefferson .
C) exceptionally strong leadership by Monroe as head of his party.
D) absence of any divisive political and economic issues.
E) innovative federal programs pioneered by Monroe .

7) According to your text, how was slavery a sectional issue before 1820?
A) Westerners tended to disagree with the South because their major markets were in the
North.
B) The cotton boom dampened Southern support of slavery.
C) Westerners tended to support the South because most westerners owned slaves also.
D) Most white Americans saw slavery as primarily a national issue requiring an immediate
solution.
E) Most white Americans saw slavery as mainly a local issue.

8) The essential question involved in the Missouri Compromise was: would Missouri
A) be the start of the transcontinental railroad?
B) be allowed to import slaves from abroad?
C) include present-day Kansas in its boundaries?
D) come into the Union as a free or slave state?
E) be forced to pay its share of the cost of the Louisiana Purchase ?

9) Southerners called the Tariff of 1828 the "Tariff of Abominations" because it
A) threatened to impoverish the South with its excessively high rates.
B) established rates on raw materials which were too low to protect southern crops.
C) was sponsored by XXXXX XXXXX, who was then viewed as a traitor to the South.
D) seemed to be designed to promote the candidacy of John Quincy Adams.
E) dramatically cut tariffs and flooded the South with cheap imported goods.

10) "The Senate and House of Representatives of South Carolina . . .do. . .solemnly PROTEST
against the system of protecting duties lately adopted by the federal government." The author
of this resolution denouncing the Tariff of 1828 was
A) Henry Clay.
B) John C. Calhoun.
C) XXXXX XXXXX.
D) William H. Crawford.
E) John Randolph.
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