Washingtons Road Map - Grade 45 out of 50 90 Question 1...

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Grade 45  out of 50 ( 90 %) Question 1 Correct 5 points out of 5 Flag question Question text (02.05 MC) Which statement best describes the position of the Jeffersonians, or Democratic-Republicans? (5 points) Select one: a. They wanted to compensate American Indians for lost lands and establish a monarchy. b. They wanted to return American Indian lands near the frontier and abolish the presidency. c. They supported a national bank, a strong central government, and the prevention of internal dissent. d. They were against a national bank, wanted stronger state governments, and encouraged  debate.  Question 2 Incorrect 0 points out of 5 Flag question Question text (02.05 LC) Which of the following was not a cause of conflict between American Indians and the new nation during  Washington's presidency? (5 points) Select one:
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a. Continued British military presence on frontier outposts b. Disputes over land claims since the end of the revolution c. Spanish control of navigation and trade along interior rivers d. Lack of guidelines for their relationship in the Constitution  Question 3 Correct 5 points out of 5 Flag question Question text (02.05 MC) Question refers to the excerpt below. "As a very important source of strength and security, cherish public credit. One method of preserving it is,  to use it as sparingly as possible; avoiding occasions of expense by cultivating peace, but remembering  also that timely disbursements to prepare for danger frequently prevent much greater disbursements to 
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