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Homework answers / question archive / Strayer University - HIS 104 1)What was a major concern for the group known as the Anti-Federalists?   •          That a federal government would take away states' rights •          That the new nation would be unable to confront foreign threats •          That all Americans would not be able to exercise their rights equally 2

Strayer University - HIS 104 1)What was a major concern for the group known as the Anti-Federalists?   •          That a federal government would take away states' rights •          That the new nation would be unable to confront foreign threats •          That all Americans would not be able to exercise their rights equally 2

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Strayer University - HIS 104

1)What was a major concern for the group known as the Anti-Federalists?

 

•          That a federal government would take away states' rights

•          That the new nation would be unable to confront foreign threats

•          That all Americans would not be able to exercise their rights equally

2.         What was a major concern for the group known as the Federalists?

•          That a federal government would take away states' rights -

•          That the new nation would be unable to confront foreign threats -

•          That all Americans would not be able to exercise their rights equally

3.   What was the primary complaint of the rebels in the Whiskey Rebellion?

•          the ban on alcohol -

•          the lack of political representation for farmers

•          the tax on whiskey and rum

 

4          Why was the presidential election of 1800 particularly important?

 

•          It was the first election to be contested. -

•          It marked the end of Federalist influence. -

•          It showed the weaknesses of the Electoral College.

 

5. Which War of 1812 battle was the most decisive in asserting American dominance over the British in the Old Northwest?

 

•          Fort Meigs

•          Lake Erie -

•          Moraviantown

 

6. Robert Fulton is known for inventing         .

 

•          the cotton gin

•          the mechanical reaper

•          the steamship engine

 

7. Which of the following was not a cause of the Panic of 1819?

 

•          The Second Bank of the United States made risky loans.

•          States chartered too many banks.

•          Banks hoarded gold and silver.

 

8. Most people who migrated within the United States in the early nineteenth century went

            .

 

•          north toward Canada

•          west toward Ohio

•          south toward Georgia

 

9. Which social class was most drawn to amusements like P. T. Barnum's museum?

 

•          wage workers -

•          middle-class northerners -

•          southern planter elites -

 

10. Which of the following groups supported the abolition of slavery?

 

•          northern business elites

•          southern planter elites

•          middle-class northerners

 

11. What was the lasting impact of the Bucktail Republican Party in New York?

 

•          They implemented universal suffrage.

•          They changed state election laws from an appointee system to a system of open elections.

•          They elevated Martin Van Buren to the national political stage.

 

12. How did President Jackson respond to Congress's re-chartering of the Second Bank of the United States?

 

•          He vetoed it.

•          He gave states the right to implement it or not.

•          He signed it into law. -

 

 

 

13. The Indian Removal Act of 1830 forced most members of the Cherokee nation to relocate to which current U.S. state?

 

•          Kansas -

•          Nebraska

•          Oklahoma -

 

14. The U.S. Supreme Court case Worcester v. Georgia established which of the following rulings?

 

•          only the federal government could negotiate with Native American nations -

•          U.S. states could overrule federal decisions concerning Native American nations

•          U.S. states held legal authority over Native American nations within their borders

 

15. Which of the following did not characterize political changes in the 1830s?

 

•          higher voter participation -

•          increasing political power of free black voters

•          stronger partisan ties

 

 

 

16. As a result of the Adams-Onis Treaty, the United States gained which territory from Spain?

 

•          Florida

•          New Mexico

•          California

 

17. The Missouri Compromise led to the formation of Missouri as a slave state as well as the formation of which new U.S. state as a free state?

 

•          Kansas

•          Maine

•          Wisconsin

 

18. Which best describes how Mexican leaders reacted when large numbers of Americans settled in Texas in the 1820s and 1830s?

 

•          They tried to prevent American settlers from influencing Texas' Mexican culture.

•          They feared American settlers would engage the U.S. government in an outside invasion.

•          They expected American settlers to become loyal Mexican subjects and productive citizens. -

 

19. Which of the following was not a reason the United States was reluctant to annex Texas?

 

•          The United States did not want to fight a war with Mexico. -

•          Annexing Texas would add more slave territory to the United States and anger abolitionists.

•          Texans considered U.S. citizens inferior and did not want to be part of their country. -

 

 

 

20. The Wilmot Proviso concerned the legality of slavery in which of the following?

 

•          in territories acquired from Mexico

•          in areas affected by the Land Act of 1820 -

•          in free states that slaves might try escaping to

 

 

 

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