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  1. The new state constitutions set up during the American Revolution:

    A)showed a distrust for the "civic virtue" of citizens.
    B)granted universal suffrage to all adult males, removing all property requirements.
    C)called for annual elections of the legislature.
    D)gave each state's governor veto power over legislation, and the opportunity for wide patronage in making office appointments.
    C)called for annual elections of the legislature.

    The new state constitutions expanded male suffrage dramatically, but did not grant universal manhood suffrage.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. The Articles of Confederation set up a national government in the United States that could best be described as:

    A)unofficial.
    B)monarchical.
    C)weak.
    D)powerful.
    C)weak.

    The Articles of Confederation instituted a national legislature but no monarch.
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  3. Maryland refused to ratify the Articles of Confederation:

    A)out of fear that it granted the new national government too much power.
    B)unless the nation's capital was moved to Washington, D.C.
    C)until a clause protecting religious freedom was specifically added.
    D)until all states had given up their claims to lands in the West.
    D)until all states had given up their claims to lands in the West.

    Maryland refused to ratify the Articles of Confederation until the landed states ceded their claims to western lands.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. The Northwest Ordinance provided all of the following EXCEPT:

    A)honoring the rights of Indian tribes.
    B)outlawing slavery in the Northwest Territory.
    C)new states admitted to the union as equal partners of the original states.
    D)support for public education.
    A)honoring the rights of Indian tribes.

    The Northwest Ordinance did support public education.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. In the decades immediately after the American Revolution:

    A)Northern states began to abolish slavery.
    B)the Confederation Congress outlawed slavery in all the Northern states.
    C)the importation of African slaves was outlawed.
    D)Upper South states such as Virginia and Maryland made it more difficult for owners to free their slaves.
    C)the importation of African slaves was outlawed.

    Between 1776 and 1789, most states outlawed the importation of slaves.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. In the years right after the American Revolution:

    A)merchants and creditors in most states favored the printing of more paper money to stimulate economic demand.
    B)a relatively stable economy prevailed.
    C)postwar inflation was ended by regulation of the economy.
    D)state legislatures became battlegrounds of competing economic factions.
    D)state legislatures became battlegrounds of competing economic factions.

    Congress had no power to regulate the economy after the Revolution.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Beyond winning independence, perhaps the most significant change brought about by the American Revolution was the:

    A)election of women to major political offices.
    B)dramatic redistribution of wealth.
    C)growing power of democratic ideas.
    D)the growing acceptance of an aristocratic elite.
    C)growing power of democratic ideas.

    Most women remained in the home after the Revolution, although they occasionally got to express their political opinions.
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  8. "Republican motherhood" referred to:

    A)leaders in the movement to grant women the right to vote.
    B)the equality of women in parenting and in a marriage.
    C)the role of women in the home to raise their children as informed and self-reliant citizens.
    D)a growing number of women elected to public office.
    C)the role of women in the home to raise their children as informed and self-reliant citizens.

    Republican motherhood promoted education for women so that they could raise the informed and self-reliant citizens a republic required.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Shays' Rebellion demonstrated that:

    A)the government was failing to protect property rights.
    B)disagreements between states were becoming more violent.
    C)the U.S. Constitution could not prevent Americans from resorting to violence to achieve their ends.
    D)revolts by unemployed laborers in seaport cities were threatening to destroy the United States from within.
    A)the government was failing to protect property rights.

    Shays' Rebllion did not occur in a seaport and was not led by unemployed laborers.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Which of the following was NOT part of James Madison's "Virginia Plan"?

    A)a more powerful central government.
    B)an executive who would be chosen by Congress.
    C)a bicameral Congress with representation based on a state's population for the lower house, and two votes per state in the Senate.
    D)an independent federal judiciary as the third branch of government.
    C)a bicameral Congress with representation based on a state's population for the lower house, and two votes per state in the Senate.

    The Virginia Plan provided for an executive elected by Congress.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. Anti-Federalists:

    A)opposed the ratification of the Constitution because of its silence on the issue of slavery.
    B)warned that the central government proposed under the new Constitution would be weak and ineffective.
    C)published "The Federalist Papers" to expose the class bias of those who had written the U.S. Constitution.
    D)criticized the framers of the Constitution for failing to include a national bill of rights.
    D)criticized the framers of the Constitution for failing to include a national bill of rights.

    The Anti-Federalists feared the new national government would be too powerful.
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  12. In his famous tenth essay in "The Federalist Papers," James Madison:

    A)criticized the very Constitution he had helped to create.
    B)defended the Constitution's acceptance of slavery, arguing that the "peculiar institution" would eventually die out.
    C)explained that the vast size of the U.S. would actually make it more likely to sustain a republic since no one faction could dominate.
    D)outlined the debate over ratifying the Constitution for historical reference, but refused to take sides personally.
    C)explained that the vast size of the U.S. would actually make it more likely to sustain a republic since no one faction could dominate.

    The 10th Federalist Paper did not criticize the Constitution.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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