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Chapter 12 Review

SS: Chapter 12 Review

What best describes President Washington's foreign policy in his Farewell Address? Isolationism
What event challenged the foreign policy of President Adams? Attacks on U.S. ships
What did the Jay Treaty accomplish in 1796? The British removed their troops from the Ohio Valley.
What country was most responsible for the change in U.S. foreign policy at the end of the 18th century? Great Britian
What was an important achievement of John Adam's administration? The nation was at peace.
After going to war with each other, why did Great Britain and France seize U.S. merchant ships? The hoped to prevent the U.S. from supplying their enemy.
What was hurt most by Jefferson's embargo on trade? American sea workers
What action increased tension between the U.S. and Great Britain in 1807? British killing 21 U.S. sailors
Why were the War Hawks eager to go to war with Great Britain in 1812? They hoped to drive the British out of Canada.
What could have prevented the Battle of New Orleans? Better communication
Did the United States win the war of 1812? No
Which event led to the policies established by the Monroe Doctrine? The independence movement in Latin America
Who advised President Monroe that the United States should speak for itself on its policy in the Americas? John Quincy Adams
What was a goal of the Monroe Doctrine? To prevent European interference in North and South America
What was the result of the Monroe Doctrine? The United States gained respect.
On the Great Seal, what does the olive branch represent? Peace
On the Great Seal, what do the arrows represent? War
Why are the words, "From many, one" written on the Great Seal? The United States formed from thirteen different colonies and came together as one country.
How is the Great Seal used? To mark the U.S. government approval of documents.
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