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Central Texas College - HISTORY 1301 1)On the question of women's rights, the proposed Constitution: A


Central Texas College - HISTORY 1301

1)On the question of women's rights, the proposed Constitution:

A.denied the vote to females

B. was surprisingly progressive for its time

C. defined women as the property of their husbands

D. accepted the advice of prominent women

E. said nothing


2. In the lands south of the Ohio River:

A settlement proceeded more slowly than in the Northwest

B there was little or no resistance from the Indians as white settlers encroached on their land

C Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia temporarily kept their titles to the western lands

D policy was set in the Land Ordinance of 1787

E slavery was permanently banned


3 Madison's Virginia Plan:

A would create a president for life

B would create a two-house Congress

C was most favored by the small states

D would simply amend the Articles of Confederation

E would abolish the state governments


4 The Great Compromise originated from the delegation.

A New York

B Massachusetts

C Delaware

D New Hampshire

E Connecticut


5. Which of the following was NOT true of the anti-Federalists after


A They did not resort to violence when the Constitution was ratified.

B Many of them became leading figures in the new government.

C They became the founders of the Whig Party.

D Few of them wanted to see the work in Philadelphia undone.

E They felt better about their defeat because of the inclusion of the Bill of Rights.



6. Shays's Rebellion broke out in:

A Boston

B New York City

C western Massachusetts

D Rhode Island

E Pennsylvania


7. The Newburgh Conspiracy involved:

A General Washington's plot to become dictator

B a military threat to enlarge congressional powers

C an attempt to destroy the Bank of North America

D secret peace talks with the British

E a revolt against Congress by the states


8. The Founding Fathers viewed the most "democratic" branch of

the government as the:

A presidency

B Senate

C Supreme Court

D cabinet

E House of Representatives


9 The phrase "critical period" refers to:

A the time of the Revolutionary War

B the summer the Constitution was written

C America under the Articles of Confederation

D George Washington's presidency

E the years of tension over British taxes


10 Most of The Federalist essays were written by:

A James Madison

B John Jay

C Patrick Henry

D Alexander Hamilton

E Samuel Adams


11 The delegates who met:

A included John Adams and Thomas Jefferson

B tended to be elderly

C wanted a weaker central government


D included many participants in the Revolution

E arrived knowing what they wanted


12. An important new development came in the mid-1780s, when the

United States opened trade with:

A Japan

B France

C Canada

D China

E India


13. An ongoing source of American tension toward the British was:

A British refusal to recognize America

B British blockade of the Atlantic coast

C British refusal to pay war damages

 D.Britain's refusal to release American POWs

E. British forts along the Canadian border


14. The 640-acre sections created in the Northwest:

A would be given to settlers for free

B raised enough money to pay the national debt

C would be reserved for veterans of the Revolution

D would be sold by local banks

E would likely be bought by land speculators


15. As the new Constitution went into effect, Founding Fathers like

Franklin and Washington viewed its future with feelings of:

A supreme confidence

B fear and loathing

C God's approval

D uncertainty

Eregret, since the Articles of Confederation were clearly better


16. Federalist Number 10 explains how a republic can:

A defend itself

B become a democracy

C create a just society

D pays its debts

E be successful in a large, diverse society



17. The first of these states to ratify the Constitution was:

A Delaware

B New York

C Rhode Island

D Virginia

E Massachusetts


18. Which of the following was NOT part of the Northwest Ordinance?

A Slavery was prohibited in the territory above the Ohio River.

B Statehood was allowed when a territory had a population of 60,000 people.

C Religious freedom was guaranteed in a "bill of rights."

D New states formed from the Northwest Territory had to allow Indians "perpetual representation" in the state governments.

E Territorial governors were to be chosen by Congress.


19 Washington soon learned that the best hope of beating the British


A the use of guerrilla warfare

B a long war of attrition

C sustained attacks on British held cities

D recruiting Indian allies

E inventing superior weapons


20 The celebration of soon became the most popular public

ritual in the United States.

A Washington's birthday

B Lexington and Concord

C Independence Day

D Christmas

E Thanksgiving


21 The Marquis de Lafayette served the American cause during the

war as:

A commander of the French navy

B Washington's most trusted aide

C France's ambassador to Congress

D leader of the attack on the British in Canada

E chief fundraiser in Europe




22 The American victory at Saratoga resulted in:

A a new invasion of Canada

B serious peace negotiations with the British

C a huge increase in the size of the Continental army

D France's entry on the American side

E Dutch entry on the American side


23 Washington's secretary of state was:

A John Hancock

B Thomas Jefferson

C James Madison

D Edmund Randolph

E John Adams


24 In his inaugural address, President Washington emphasized:

A his economic plans

B party politics

C national unity

D relations with Britain

E his cabinet selections


25 Neutrality in the conflict between England and France attracted Americans because:

A of the fear that the war might spill over into the United States

B of our commitment to supporting Spain

C of a lucrative trade with both sides

D of our post-Revolution pacifist nature

E we expected England to win and did not want to provoke it into another war


26 The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions:

A wiped out the Alien and Sedition Acts

B got their authors arrested

C supported strong federal authority in wartime

D were drafted by Jefferson and Madison

Ecalled for negotiations to end the war with France


27 By 1790, the Indians:

A remained a powerful threat to western settlement

B had become U.S. citizens

C were largely eradicated


D had signed away most of their lands by treaty

E had united into a powerful western confederacy


28 Jay's Treaty:

A shut American merchants out of the West Indies

B ended a war with the British

C was most strongly opposed in New England

D infuriated Republicans for its concessions to the British

E forced Hamilton's resignation from the cabinet




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