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QUIZ # 4 SS-102 Founding Brothers Part I Prof. Susan Lee 1) Madison was distrustful of Hamilton’s proposals for a central bank for all the following reasons EXCEPT a) his own state of Virginia would have to pay more in taxes than it relinquished in debt b) he was worried about the growing dominance of the northern commercial class c) he disliked giving even more power to the central government d) it went against everything he had argued for in the Federalist Papers 2) Hamilton wanted a strong central bank because a) it would increase the size of the fledgling federal government b) it was necessary for the young nation to obtain credit from European banks c) it would give President Washington the prestige he needed to lead the new republic d) he thought that it would benefit both Southern plantations and northern businesses 3) The delegates to the 1790 Congress from South Carolina and Georgia objected to abolishing the slave trade for all the following reasons EXCEPT:
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Unformatted text preview: a) slavery was God’s will as revealed in the Bible b) slavery was essential to the Southern economy c) the Constitution protected the slave trade until 1808 d) President George Washington himself favored slavery 4) Both sides in the slavery debate in 1790 agreed that a) slavery was an intractable evil condemned in the Constitution b) the slave trade would be discussed in 1808 and should be ended c) it was inconceivable that whites and former slaves would live side by side d) gradual emancipation was a theoretical possibility that could be discussed 5) The chapter title “The Silence” refers to a) the fact that no slaves could speak to the Congress b) the silence of Thomas Jefferson on the subject of slavery c) the lack of an effective Congressional rebuttal to the proslavery arguments d) the vows of silence taken by Quakers to protest the slave trade...
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