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US HISTORY 1 UNIT3-MILESTONE 4 Questions and ANSWERS UNIT 3 — MILESTONE 3 1 Which of the following statements reflects planter paternalism? • "Compared to the working poor in E... urope, American slaves live and work in superior conditions." • "Slavery leads to conflict between the wealthy and the poor, the white and the black. It must be ended to achieve the vision of the Founding Fathers." • "The black man poses a threat to the white man, so he must be carefully restrained." • "Slavery is a moral evil, yet a necessary one. The power to bring about its end rests in no earthly authority." CONCEPT The Southern Economy 2 Which statement most accurately reflects the views of Alexander Hamilton? • "It is the ordinary citizen who owns land and works it who must form the economic backbone of our nation." • "I support the establishment of a national bank that can convert state banknotes into gold." • "Every man and woman must have an equal chance to benefit from the nation’s economy.” • "Seeking to improve the lives of individuals will damage the economy and weaken the nation." CONCEPT Federalists in Power 3 Which of the following complicated Jefferson's ability to create an "empire of liberty" in the west? • Native Americans were to be given their own lands in the west, under the jurisdiction of the federal government. • Much of the land was claimed by Native Americans, who were forced to give it up. • Private citizens were not entitled to any property in the Western territories. • The United States didn't have enough people yet to settle the newly acquired lands. CONCEPT Looking West 4 Which of the following statements about political tensions during the Jackson administration is true? • Southern plantation owners believed tariffs did more harm than good. • All of the southern states nullified the federal government's tariff. • Jackson questioned the right of the federal government to pass tariffs at all. • Jackson sent military into South Carolina to enforce federal law. CONCEPT The Election of 1828 and the Rise of Andrew Jackson 5 Which of the following quotations best represents the cultural attitudes associated with the Temperance movement? • "Drunkenness has the potential to destroy the morality of our nation, so it must be countered by all means." • "If rights were founded in moral being, then the circumstance of sex could not give to man higher rights and responsibilities than to woman." • "Since I engaged in the investigation of the rights of the slave, I have necessarily been led to a better understanding of my own." • "Our nation is divided into two: those who choose Satan as their god, and those who make Jehovah their governor." CONCEPT Think About It: How Was American Culture Changing? 6 Which of the following statements about the rise of democracy is true? • Western states modeled their voting laws on those of the eastern states that preceded them into the union. • Even as voting rights became less strict, fewer than half of all white men could vote by the 1820s. • Free blacks could vote in many states after the American Revolution, but that right was mostly lost by the 1820s. • Voting rights for women expanded in the early 19th century. CONCEPT The Promise and Limits of Democracy 7 Which of the following was a cause of Indian Removal from the American South? • Elements of white supremacy reinforced perceptions that America belonged to the white man. • The desire of the Cherokee to begin purchasing slaves. • Fear of rebellions and conspiracies convinced the government to remove native populations. • An executive order issued by Andrew Jackson commanded it. CONCEPT Think About It: What Were the Consequences of Indian Removal? 8 Which of the following statements about the divided political climate during the administrations of George Washington and John Adams is true? • Partisan newspapers incited criticism of, and dissatisfaction with, the administrations. • Voters were angered that much of the conflict between the two parties happened in private. • John Adams signed the Alien and Sedition Acts to reverse the positions Washington had held. • The administrations of Washington and Adams represented the Anti-Federalist party and its economic policies. CONCEPT Partisan Politics 9 What was the significance of the Barbary Wars to the United States? • It was a show of Democratic-Republican power and was wildly unpopular among the Federalists. • It asserted the young nation's independence and the ability of the U.S. Navy to defend itself. • It represented the primary foreign relations challenge for the United States in the early 1800s. • It ended the practice of impressment on the high seas. CONCEPT Looking East 10 Which of the following statements might have been said by a Federalist? • "The Constitution is necessary to prevent ungovernable mobs from taking over." • "Individual liberties cannot be assured without a bill of rights." “The government will be run by the wealthy, who have little interest in serving all citizens.” • "The United States is too large and diverse for a strong central government." CONCEPT Visions of Government 11 Which of the following fears led in part to the creation of a republic instead of a democracy? • The fear that government would be used to redistribute wealth • The fear that government would reunite with Britain • The fear that government would allow toleration of Catholics • The fear that government would be unable to raise enough money CONCEPT Creating a Republic 12 Which of the following led in part to the War of 1812? • Passage of the Embargo Act under Thomas Jefferson • Impressment of American sailors by British vessels in the Atlantic • A failed attempt by loyalists to establish an American monarchy Alliance with the French for assistance against Native Americans CONCEPT The War of 1812 13 Why was the Election of 1824 significant? • The result of the election revealed deep divisions among voters that broke out along regional lines. • It was the first time two candidates received exactly the same number of votes in the Electoral College. • It was the first time a president was elected by popular vote rather than the Electoral College. • Anger over the results of the election reflected the democratic political changes taking place in the 1820s. CONCEPT The Sectional Crisis and the ʺCorrupt Bargainʺ of 1824 14 Which of the following was a major economic shift in the North in the early 19th century? • Changes in manufacturing created more highly-paid jobs that required great skill to perform. • The economies of the North and the South became less distinct, as interchangeable parts increased cash crop production in the North. • Rising wages for laborers allow them to gain a more sure footing in society and the economy. • Railroads were welcomed as a sign of technological progress and faster transport times. CONCEPT The Northern Economy 15 Why did some textile companies prefer to hire young women rather than whole family units? • By hiring women, such companies hoped to correct a labor imbalance that was based on gender. • Young women were more likely to have innovative ideas about how to increase production. • Young women had few employment options and could be paid a very low wage. • Young women had formed unions that could benefit both the employers and the employees. CONCEPT Market Revolution and Economic Changes 16 Which of the following circumstances led in part to the drafting of a new Constitution to replace the Articles of Confederation? • High inflation wreaked havoc on the national economy. • Politicians encouraged uprisings against their opponents. • Economic regulations set by Britain were still in force. • Soldiers were required to continue serving after the war. CONCEPT Drafting the Constitution 17 Which of the following statements would most likely have been spoken by a supporter of Andrew Jackson? • "The president should veto legislation that expands the federal government." • "The government is morally responsible for making sure the infrastructure is up to date." • “Sectional divides between Americans are our biggest concern.” • "Limiting the use of alcohol will greatly improve our society" CONCEPT The Bank War and the Rise of the Second Party System [Show More]

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