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Name____________________________Chapter 7 Politics and Society in the New Republic 1787 – 1820A.True-FalseWhere the statement is true, mark T, where it is false, mark F.___1.Congress was in charge of creating and establishing the national court system.___2.Hamilton’s “Plan” included the enactment of a protective tariff.___3.Although many Americans supported the French Revolution, there was much less support for the French Democratic Republican Government.___4. Hamilton’s fiscal policies were the main reason for the rise of political parties.___5.The Election of 1800, was considered a revolution because of the peaceful changing of political parties in the executive office.___6.After the American forces led by General “Mad Anthony” Wayne defeated the Indians at the Battle of Fallen Timbers, the Indian resistance ended___7.Seneca prophet Handsome Lake disdained all Christian beliefs from being integrated into Indian customs.___8.Migration across the Ohio River Valley was spurned by decreasing availability of land and an opposition to the spread of slavery.___9.Unlike the migrations occurring in the southern region and Ohio River Valley, most New England emigrants traveled in small, compact groups and families.___10.The new agricultural economy resulted in more work for the family, but yielded a larger output of goods and a raised standard of living.___11.Jefferson preferred to avoid an all out war, thus restoring tribute policies to the Barbary States.___12.Jefferson removed all Federalists from office appointed by his predecessors.___13.According to the strict interpretation, the Constitution gave provisions on acquisition of new territory.___14.The Embargo Act backfired on the New England merchants in the Jefferson’s attempts of avoiding European War.___15.Tenskwatawa founded Prophetstown and preached nativist messages to fellow Indians.___16.Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun favored peace with Britain.___17. De Witt Clinton received most of his support from the Northern States.___18. The War of 1812 resulted in an increase of respect for America. ___19. John Marshall’s court decisions favored states’ rights supporters.___20.The Monroe Doctrine was largely an American response to the outcome of the War of 1812.
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B.Multiple ChoiceSelect the best answer and write the proper letter in the space provided.___1. George Washington’s most important decision as president was:a.Reestablishing the departments of Foreign Affairs, Finance, and War.b.Choosing Jefferson to head the Department of State.c.Allowing the passing of the far reaching Judiciary Act.d.Choosing Hamilton to head the Secretary of the Treasury.___2. Hamilton supported:a.Aaron Burr in the Election of 1800.b.A revenue tariff to raise money for the government.c.A protective tariff to protect American Business.d.Strict Interpretation of the Constitution.
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