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Unformatted text preview: Questions For Face-to-Face Teaching COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY EXAM FOR US HISTORY AP REVIEW DIRECTIONS: For each question, decide which is the best answer from the choices. On your answer sheet, blacken the appropriate letter matching the answer you selected to record. If you decide to change an answer, erase cleanly before you select a new response. DO NOT MAKE MARKS OR NOTES ON THIS TEST BOOKLET! If you have questions please consult the teacher or proctor for directions. 1. Which event occurred in the United States during the Critical Period (1781-1789)? A) Whiskey Rebellion B) Shays Rebellion * C) Stono Rebellion D) Nat Turners Rebellion E) Pontiacs Rebellion 2. Grover Cleveland became the first President after 1868 to A) Secure a majority of both popular and electoral votes B) Have a party majority in both houses of Congress C) Take steps to end Reconstruction D) Have been born in the South E) Break Republican control of the White House * 3. Which statement best describes the reaction of many American colonists toward British colonial policy following the French and Indian War? A) They refused to accept the idea of parliaments right to manage their internal affairs * B) They petitioned the British Parliament for immediate independence C) They urged the colonial legislatures to enforce the taxation program of British Parliament D) They advocated higher taxes to cover the costs of the war E) They urged dismissal of William Pitt and Edmund Burke from Parliament 4. One reason for the importance of the Northwest Ordinance (1787) was that it provided for A) The government of Texas B) The sale of western lands C) The free navigation of the Great Lakes D) The eventual admission of territories as equal states * E) The judicial system of the United States 5. The opening of the Erie Canal across New York State in the 1820s had an especially harmful effect on A) New England manufacturers B) New England farmers C) Western New York farmers * D) Mississippi cotton growers E) Northern Ohio farmers 6. Some of the best arguments in support of the adoption of the United States Constitution are found in A) Common Sense B) The Articles of Confederation C) The New Freedom D) The Freeport Doctrine E) The Federalist Papers * Questions are taken from former Acorn Booklets, Published AP Exams, and other sources for teaching and review ONLY! 1 Questions For Face-to-Face Teaching 7. The decade of the 1950s was characterized by all of the following EXCEPT: A) A decline in the divorce rate * B) An increase in expenditures for national defense C) An increase in expenditures for education D) A rising level of family income E) A migration from the cities to the suburbs 8. Which of the following was result of the other four?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course HISTORY History taught by Professor Mr.beckler during the Spring '10 term at Alabama State University.

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