AMH 2010 - MARBURY VS MADION 1 dealt with judicial...

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MARBURY VS MADION 1.----- dealt with judicial review. (Hint: Name of court case) Marbury v. Madison MARKET REVOLUTION: The catalyst for the market revolution was a series of innovations in A. manufacturing. B. agriculture. C. banking and financing . D . transportation and communication. How did the market revolution change the way Americans conceived of time? A. It led to the creation of time zones. B. Clocks increasingly regulated the separation of work and leisure time . C. Artisans began spending their lunch hours in political discussions, rather than just taking breaks as they worked throughout the day. D. It lengthened life expectancy because Americans no longer had to work from sunrise to sunset, as they did on the farm. SECOND GREAT AWAKENING: The Second Great Awakening A. started with the Reverend Charles Grandison Finney leading revivals in New York. B. originated with the vast majority of Americans regularly attending church. C. resonated with a population tired of fire-and-brimstone sermons; Finney and his counterparts believed in quiet, logical arguments. D. democratized American Christianity, making it a truly mass enterprise. ORESTES BROWN: In his essay “1.-----,” Orestes Brownson believed that wealth and labor were at war. The Laboring Classes WOMEN/ BLACKS AND DEMOCRACY: A primary reason that both women and blacks were excluded from the expansion of democracy was that: A. it was reasoned that since they did not have the vote in England, they ought not to have the vote in America. B. since neither group were citizens, the vote could not be extended to them. C. both groups were viewed as being naturally incapable and thus unfit for suffrage. D. neither group had asked to be included in politics. MISSOURI COMPROMISE: The 1.----- Compromise preserved the congressional balance between slave and free states. Missouri DEMOCRATIC VIEW OF POWER: The Democratic view of power was that A. the public was better off when it was exercised at the federal level. B. government always endangered private rights. C. only government could protect against social inequality. D. government should exercise power only on issues involving private morality. JOHN C CALHOUN 1.----- emerged as the most prominent spokesman for state sovereignty and the right of nullification. (Hint: Name of person)
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John C. Calhoun 1.----- said that the language in the Declaration of Independence—that all men were created equal and entitled to liberty— was “the most false and dangerous of all political errors”. (Hint: South Carlonia politician) John C. Calhoun FREDERICK DOUGLASS: 1.----- was once a slave, became a leader of the abolitionist movement, and published his autobiography condemning slavery and racism. Frederick Douglass
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