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  1. An irony of the decades after 1820 was that:

    A)the United States was becoming more stratified economically while developing a political system that stressed equality.
    B)farmers who had previously been engaged in subsistence agriculture became the richest group in America.
    C)poor people often voted for wealthy candidates, while rich people tended to support candidates who were common men.
    D)more people in the United States had the chance to get rich while at the same time they had fewer opportunities to participate in politics.
    A)the United States was becoming more stratified economically while developing a political system that stressed equality.

    Farmers did not become the richest group in America.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Many Europeans who traveled to the United States in the first half of the nineteenth century:

    A)expressed surprise that Americans' manners were not much different from the manners of Europeans.
    B)found that Americans treated each other rudely, but they treated foreigners with deference and respect.
    C)were favorably impressed by the way Americans treated all people with politeness and respect.
    D)were often shocked by the rudeness and poor manners of Americans.
    D)were often shocked by the rudeness and poor manners of Americans.

    Europeans were dismayed by the shocking and rude manners of Americans.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. All of the following were democratic reforms of the 1820s EXCEPT:

    A)the elimination of property requirements to hold office.
    B)the use of secret ballots.
    C)the popular election of presidential electors.
    D)the emergence of nominating conventions.
    B)the use of secret ballots.

    The popular election of presidential electors was a democratic reform of the 1820s.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. In the presidential election of 1824:

    A)John Quincy Adams won re-election to a second term.
    B)the Whigs defeated the Democrats, who backed Andrew Jackson.
    C)the House of Representatives chose the president, electing the candidate who came in second in both the popular and electoral votes.
    D)John Calhoun finished second in the popular vote and became vice president.
    C)the House of Representatives chose the president, electing the candidate who came in second in both the popular and electoral votes.

    John Quincy Adams came in second in the popular vote in 1824.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. To prevent removal, the Cherokees:

    A)waged a costly war against the United States.
    B)appealed to the Supreme Court.
    C)preserved their traditional way of life.
    D)followed the lead of Black Hawk.
    B)appealed to the Supreme Court.

    The Cherokees had a significant internal struggle over whether to accommodate white interlopers or resist them.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. During the Jacksonian era, free blacks in the North:

    A)were subject to segregation.
    B)were subject to the same laws as whites.
    C)could not vote in any state.
    D)found jobs in minstrel shows.
    A)were subject to segregation.

    White men portrayed blacks in minstrel shows.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. In the face of economic hardships during the 1820s, South Carolinians increasingly blamed their problems on:

    A)the Republican party.
    B)the federal tariff.
    C)high income taxes.
    D)Henry Clay.
    B)the federal tariff.

    South Carolinians of the 1820s blamed federal tariffs for their economic woes.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Calhoun's theory of nullification:

    A)upheld the right of the Supreme Court to interpret the Constitution.
    B)argued that the Union was a compact of sovereign states.
    C)advanced the idea of a perpetual union.
    D)was never put into operation because the southern states opposed it.
    B)argued that the Union was a compact of sovereign states.

    Calhoun argued that states could nullify laws because the Union was a compact of individually sovereign states.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. The Second Bank of the United States:

    A)was controlled by the federal government.
    B)was opposed by business leaders because it restrained economic growth.
    C)used its power to regulate the amount of credit in society
    D)used its power to drive all state bank notes out of circulation.
    C)used its power to regulate the amount of credit in society

    The national bank did not attempt to drive state bank notes out of circulation.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Jackson destroyed the national bank by:

    A)refusing to continue to deposit federal funds in it.
    B)getting Congress to pass a new law authorizing him to withdraw all federal funds from it.
    C)precipitating an economic panic in 1833.
    D)issuing the Specie Circular refusing to accept paper money.
    A)refusing to continue to deposit federal funds in it.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. When a depression began in 1837, Van Buren responded by:

    A)calling for establishment of an independent Treasury.
    B)issuing the Specie Circular.
    C)lifting restrictions on state bank notes in order to increase the number in circulation.
    D)chartering a new national bank.
    A)calling for establishment of an independent Treasury.

    There was no federal control of state bank notes during this period.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. The presidential campaign of 1840 had special significance because it:

    A)marked the final transition from deferential to egalitarian politics.
    B)demonstrated the importance of party principles in carrying a national election.
    C)restored deferential politics to the American electoral system.
    D)showed that appealing to the common man did not work.
    A)marked the final transition from deferential to egalitarian politics.

    The election of William Henry Harrison marked the final transition from deferential to egalitarian politics.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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