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  • one year ago

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  1. BugzytheGreat
    • one year ago
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    You got your sec 4 minutes ago xDDD

  2. BIGDOG96
    • one year ago
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    As Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, John Marshall: was a strong Federalist and nationalist supported a relatively broad interpretation of federal power delivered a series of the most momentous decisions in American judicial history A. all of the above The growth of the national market economy was encouraged by the development of: the steamboat and canals the railroad turnpikes A. all of the above As of 1819, the political balance between slave and free states was disturbed by: Northern abolitionists who succeeded in passing a law to abolish slavery in all the states Nat Turner's slave rebellion A. the petition of the territory of Missouri for admission to the Union as a slave state all of the above The Missouri Compromise of 1820 provided that: Missouri be admitted as a slave state Maine be admitted as a free state slavery was prohibited in the Louisiana Purchase north of the 36º 30' north latitude line, with the exception of Missouri A. all of the above The striking feature of the Jacksonian era was: men of good family rose quickly to positions of great economic and political power the disappearance of social classes the beginning of American democracy A. an increase in the influence of the common man What did Jackson's unofficial cabinet become known as? "the parlor cabinet" A. "the kitchen cabinet" "the executive cabinet" "the White House cabinet" Jackson's Indian policy included: the signing of treaties with tribes whereby the Indians received better lands than they gave up appeal to the Supreme Court for authority to move the Cherokees from Georgia support of the northeastern humanitarians who urged a just Indian policy A. refusal to use federal troops to protect the Cherokee tribe T. During the Jacksonian era, more white males gained the right to vote than ever before. T. Through the "spoils system", government positions were filled by trained civil servants regardless of party affiliation. T. The election of 1824 was settled in the House of Representatives since none of the four candidates had polled a majority in the electoral college. F. Andrew Jackson was the first President who did not come from a well-established American family in comfortable circumstances. F. Jackson was a strong advocate of Calhoun's doctrine of nullification. F. Jackson opposed the national bank because he felt that it concentrated too much power in the hands of too few people. The policy that European nations should not interfere with America was known as the IDK. More settlers moved westward after the War of 1812 because: select all that apply A. more jobs were available out West A. there was plenty of cheap land travel to the West was easy A. peace had been made with Indians The settlers in the West sent their produce back to the East over the expensive turnpikes. Sorry it took SO long.

  3. tafkas77
    • one year ago
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    I'm checking this. Please give me a moment. :)

  4. BugzytheGreat
    • one year ago
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    Holy crapload!!!! xDDD

  5. BIGDOG96
    • one year ago
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    I still have one question that I need help with.

  6. tafkas77
    • one year ago
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    Okay. But the questions above are correct. :)

  7. BIGDOG96
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    How is this one right? The policy that European nations should not interfere with America was known as the IDK.

  8. tafkas77
    • one year ago
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    Where is that one? I suppose I didn't see it, sorry. In my defense this wasn't exactly spaced out. And there were about 20 questions. -_- My apologies.

  9. tafkas77
    • one year ago
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    In any case, I know what the answer is. :) Did they not give you answer choices?

  10. BIGDOG96
    • one year ago
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    Oh, sorry Fill in the blank.

  11. tafkas77
    • one year ago
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    That's fine. the policy in question has to do with "the sphere of influence". Does that sound familiar? If it does, you'd have your answer....

  12. BIGDOG96
    • one year ago
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    OOOOOO

  13. tafkas77
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    XD :)

  14. tafkas77
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    I think you see the light. :)

  15. BIGDOG96
    • one year ago
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    Thanks

  16. tafkas77
    • one year ago
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    you're welcome! :D

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