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Servidio SS Chap 11

Servidio Review for Chapter 11 MC/CR Test

Define suffrage The right to vote
Define nominating convention A group of people from all different states come together to determine the Presidential nomination
Define caucus A private meeting of elite people who make the decision for the Presidential candidate
Define laissez-fair An economic policy that stated the government should play a small role in the economy
Identify the two nicknames of Andrew Jackson Old Hickory and Sharp Knife
Which battle did Andrew Jackson receive national fame? Battle of New Orleans
John Quincy Adams 6th President of the United States
Andrew Jackson 7th President of the United States
How was John Quincy Adams elected? By a corrupt bargain
Identify two of John Quincy Adams’ policies A national university and observatory
Identify the three groups that were still denied suffrage Women, African and Native Americans
Define spoils system The practice of rewarding supporters with government jobs
Define tariff A tax on foreign goods
Explain the Indian Removal Act It forced the Native Americans west of the Mississippi River
Explain the Trail of Tears The Cherokee’s long, sorrowful journey westward where many died along the way
Define states’ right The right of the states over the national government
What role did Henry Clay play in the election of John Quincy Adams? He particiciapted in the corrupt bargain with John Quincy Adams to help him get elected.
What position in government did Henry Clay receive after John Quincy Adams won the election of 1824? Secretary of State
Created by: Suzanne Servidio