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The Jackson Era (2) - HIS 1043.001/008 JOHNSON/SCHWIFF The...

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HIS 1043.001/008 SI SHIRLEY JOHNSON/SCHWIFF FALL 2008 The Jackson Era 1. What did the 1828 presidential election demonstrate: a. Those supporters of common people would have difficulty being elected. b. That the new political parties were strongly sectional in their sources of strength. c. That first-term presidents usually can be reelected. d. That New Englanders would never vote for a southerner for president. 2. The Second Bank of the United States performed all of the following functions EXCEPT: a. Receiving and paying out federal funds. b. Stabilizing the money supply. c. Shifting funds from the West and South to the Northeast. d. Keeping a check on the loans of other banks. e. Making loans to the federal government. 3. The debate between Webster and Hayne in 1830 concerned: 4. Andrew Jackson's Specie Circular sought to: 5. All of the following statements concerning equality in Jacksonian America are true EXCEPT: 6. As a result of Jackson's bank policies: a. Sales of public land rose tremendously. b. Banks printed new banknotes with abandon. c. The nation entered a period of speculative mania. d. All of these choices are correct.
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