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US History Stack 2

US History Test 2

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Financing the Revolution was difficult for the American side because Congress did not have the authority to impose taxes.
Regarding the status of women, the effect of the American Revolution led some women to question their position in society.
In early 1778, France recognized the United States as a sovereign nation to help prevent it from abandoning the war effort
As a result of the American Revolution, the Anglican Church in America was weakened.
One effect of Shays’s Rebellion was that it contributed to the growing belief the national government needed reform.
Shortly after signing the Treaty of Paris of 1783, the British government restricted American access to British markets.
During the 1780s, in every new state constitution, governors were prevented from holding a seat in the legislature.
Under the Articles of Confederation in 1777 there was a federal Congress.
According to the Judiciary Act of 1789, the Supreme Court was to be the judicial power for interpreting the constitutionality of state laws.
The Antifederalists saw themselves as defenders of the principles of the American Revolution and feared that the new government would widely abuse its powers.
Under the federal structure first implemented in the Constitution, the people would directly elect members of the House of Representatives.
In the Constitutional Convention of 1787, a major concession to the pro-slavery delegates was the continuation of the slave trade for at least twenty more years.
In the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, it was asserted that states had the right to nullify federal laws.
As treasury secretary, Alexander Hamilton supported the creation of a national bank.
Pinckney’s Treaty (1795) was negotiated between the United States and Spain.
Who described the election of 1800 as the “Revolution of 1800”? Thomas Jefferson
The emergence of an alternative political organization to the Federalists was prompted by belief that the power of the Federalists needed to be restrained.
During the 1790s, regional support in the United States for Federalists was greatest in the Northeast.
In the Constitution, political parties were not mentioned.
The message of the Second Great Awakening called for an active and fervent piety.
Religious skepticism resulted in both the philosophy of “unitarianism” and a wave of revivalism.
The religious concept of deism argued for a remote God that had withdrawn from human affairs.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in the case of Marbury v. Madison (1803) stated that Congress had no authority to expand the power of the Supreme Court, and that the Supreme Court had the power to nullify an act of Congress.
The Embargo Act of 1807 created a serious economic depression in the nation
As president, Thomas Jefferson sought to convey the public image of a plain, ordinary citizen.
John Marshall was chief justice of the Supreme Court at the time of Marbury v. Madison.
In 1814, the British seized Washington and set fire to the White House.
In 1812, Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun could best be described as war hawks.
The Treaty of Ghent that ended the War of 1812 began an improvement in relations between England and the United States.
During the War of 1812, the Hartford Convention proved to be futile and irrelevant.
By 1818, the United States’ internal road system included a National Road that reached as far as the Ohio River.
On his last day in office, President James Madison influenced “internal improvements” by vetoing a bill that would have used federal funds to construct roads and canals.
The Supreme Court ruling in Dartmouth College v. Woodward (1819) was a victory for corporations.
Between 1800 and 1820, the population of the United States nearly doubled.
During the presidential campaign of 1828, Andrew Jackson was labeled a murderer.
During the administration of James Monroe, the Federalist Party in effect ceased to exist.
Andrew Jackson’s presidential victory in 1828 was decisive, but sectional.
In the early nineteenth century, “mountain men” very often became intimately involved with Indian and Mexican women.
The rapid growth of the Northwest and Southwest led to which of the following in the immediate aftermath of the War of 1812? the admission of four new states to the Union
The Monroe Doctrine declared that European powers should not engage in new colonization of the American continents.
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