History Ch 13 part 2 (Multiple Choice)

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  1. The Jacksonian charge of a "corrupt bargain" to gain John Quincy Adams the presidency arose because
    Clay was named secretary of state after throwing his support to Adams.
  2. Which of the following was NOT among the factors that made John Quincy Adams's presidency a political failure?
    Adam's involvement with correct machine deals and politicians.
  3. Andrew Jackson's appeal to the common people arose partly because
    he had risen from the masses and reflected many of their prejudices in his personal attitudes and outlook
  4. One political development that illustrated the new popular voice in politics was
    the growth of the spoils system as a basis for large political "machines"
  5. In the battle over the "Tariff of Abomination,"
    New England backed high tariffs while the South demanded lower duties
  6. Under the surface of the South's strong opposition to the "Tariff of Abominations" was
    a fear of growing federal power that might interfere with slavery
  7. Some southeastern Indian tribes like the Cherokees were notable for their
    development of effective agricultural, educational, and political institutions
  8. In promoting his policy of Indian removal, President Andrew Jackson
    defied rulings of the U.S. Supreme Court that favored the Cherokees
  9. Jackson's veto of the Bank of the United States recharter bill represented
    a bold assertion of presidential power on the behalf of western farmers and other debtors
  10. One important result of President Jackson's destruction of the Bank of the United States was
    the lack of a stable banking system to finance the era of rapid industrialization
  11. Among the new political developments that appeared in the election of 1832 were
    third-part campaigning, national conventions, and party platforms
  12. In the immediate aftermath of the successful Texas Revolution,
    Texas petitioned to join the United States but was refused admission
  13. The Panic of 1837 and subsequent depression were caused by
    over-speculation and Jackson's financial policies
  14. Prominent leaders of the Whig part included
    Henry Clay and Daniel Webster
  15. In general the Whig party tended to favor
    a strong federal role in both economic and moral issues, the interests of the working people and farmers against the upper classes
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History Ch 13 part 2 (Multiple Choice)
2014-03-27 01:49:56

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