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CHAPTER 10 11) During the 1830s and 1840s the economic

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CHAPTER 10

11) During the 1830s and 1840s the economic differences between the rich and the poor
A) constituted a wide and growing gap, especially in the larger eastern cities.
B) remained constant with only a small gap between the two groups.
C) shrank dramatically due to the numerous economic opportunities of the growing economy.
D) remained constant with a large gap between the two groups.
E) was unchanged from the Revolutionary era.

12) The most effective preacher of the Second Great Awakening was
A) Charles Grandison Finney.
B) William Ellery Channing.
C) Jonathan Edwards.
D) Johann Pestalozzi.
E) George Whitfield.

13) The Illinois town founded by Mormon leader Joseph Smith as a semi-independent state
within the federal Union was
A) Mount Holyoke .
B) Amana.
C) Nauvoo.
D) Salt Lake City .
E) Rockdale.

14) One of the most striking aspects of the various practical reform movements of the early
nineteenth century was their
A) total dependence on federal funding.
B) emphasis on faith-healing.
C) unwillingness to try new approaches to old problems.
D) emphasis on creating special facilities for dealing with social problems.
E) hostility toward science.

15) William Lloyd Garrison's views on slavery might best be described as
A) coldly logical.
B) designed to appeal to southern moderates.
C) uncompromising.
D) reflecting the northern viewpoint.
E) moderate.

16) In his autobiography and speeches, Frederick Douglass insisted that
A) emancipation should be gradual.
B) returning to Africa was the only hope for American blacks.
C) southern Christian slaveholders were the main allies of abolitionism.
D) full social, political, and economic equality for blacks was required.
E) violent revolts were necessary for slaves to obtain their freedom.

17) "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal; that they
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights. . .The history of mankind is a
history of repeated injuries and usurpations on the part of man toward woman, having in
direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny over her." The author of the above was
A) Margaret Fuller.
B) Dorothea Dix.
C) Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
D) Harriet Beecher Stowe.
E) Catherine M. Sedgwick.

18) Both Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau
A) worked actively in abolitionist organizations.
B) sought truth through scientific research.
C) lived many years in Europe because America was hostile to writers.
D) engaged in civil disobedience to protest the Mexican War.
E) objected to many of society's restrictions on the individual.

19) By the 1850s the common school movement had succeeded in establishing
A) free elementary schools and public institutions for teacher training in every state.
B) laws requiring school attendance to the age of 16 in every state outside the South.
C) free elementary and secondary schools in every state.
D) laws requiring school attendance to the age of 16 in every state.
E) free elementary schools and public institutions for teacher training in every state outside
the South.

20) The most compelling argument for the success of the common schools was that they
A) encouraged independent and critical thought among Americans of all social classes.
B) promoted class consciousness among the industrial proletariat.
C) brought Americans of different economic and ethnic backgrounds together in mutually
beneficial contact.
D) encouraged people to replace religion and superstition with science and reason.
E) segregated Americans of different economic and ethnic backgrounds to avoid social conflict.
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