Chapter5 - What historical precedent taught Whigs in the Mexi What historical precedent taught Whigs in the Mexican-American War to attack Polk's

Chapter5 - What historical precedent taught Whigs in the...

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What historical precedent taught Whigs in the Mexi... What historical precedent taught Whigs in the Mexican-American War to attack Polk's conduct of the war, but not cut off its funding? the loyalist opposition to the Revolution the failure of the whiskey rebellion the Federalist opposition to the War of 1812 With respect to slavery, Lincoln at first ________... With respect to slavery, Lincoln at first ________, but later he ________. was indifferent to the slavery issue; freed all slaves by executive order worried about alienating the border states; proclaimed, as a military measure, that slaves in rebel areas were free resisted any interference with the institution; reluctantly went along with Congress's initiative in ending slavery by Constitutional amendment lagged behind northern opinion, which strongly supported emancipation; urged Congress not only to end slavery but also to give blacks full social and political equality The Freeport Doctrine The Freeport Doctrine protected free states from the introduction of slavery. extended the Mason-Dixon line to California. reinstated the Missouri Compromise. suspended the Dred Scott decision. In front of their constituents, southern politicia... In front of their constituents, southern politicians in both parties had to be careful about boasting about slavery. criticizing slavery. mocking the North. denouncing the textile industry. Known as the Know-Nothings, the American party was... Known as the Know-Nothings, the American party was strongly anti-immigrant and, because of the church's "undemocratic" hierarchy, anti-________. The doctrine of Manifest Destiny had historical ro... The doctrine of Manifest Destiny had historical roots in the British Empire. Puritan theology. slaves' African religions. Irish folk traditions. Which of the following is NOT true of Nat Turner's... Which of the following is NOT true of Nat Turner's revolt? Turner rebelled due to extreme mistreatment by a series of harsh Louisiana masters. It was small and spontaneous, in contrast with earlier noteworthy slave uprisings. All participants in it, including Turner, were eventually captured and hanged.
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It prompted a debate in the Virginia legislature on the merits of slavery. Which of the following was NOT one of the three ha... Which of the following was NOT one of the three harbors on the Pacific that President Polk wished to claim from Britain and Mexico? Puget Sound San Francisco Santa Cruz San Diego When did the US ratify the 13th Amendment? When did the US ratify the 13th Amendment ? 1863 1865 1867 1862 How did planters like to present themselves to the... How did planters like to present themselves to the critics of slavery in antebellum America? as brothers to their slaves as members of multicultural farming communes as benevolent fathers to childlike, dependent slaves as fierce disciplinarians with a violent edge Who coined the term manifest destiny?
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