0208 - Quiz 3 JOURNALISM 405 History of American Journalism...

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0208 PowerPoint 1 JOURNALISM 405 History of American Journalism February 8, 2011 Quiz 3 • Fill in information on scantron forms, especially complete Network ID . • Closed book • You have 7 minutes to complete quiz Quiz 3 1. As president, George Washington: a) Refused to use the press as a personal political weapon. b) Dabbled in “managing” news by leaking his farewell address to a favorable printer. c) Was vilified by the opposition press. d) Was ambivalent toward the press. e) All of the above Quiz 3 2. Philip Freneau closed his anti-Federalist paper, the National Gazette , because: a) He lost his financial support when Thomas Jefferson left Washington’s Cabinet. b) The anti-Federalists won an election, ending the need for an opposition newspaper. c) He lost his staff when a yellow fever epidemic plagued Philadelphia. d) None of the above e) A and C only
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0208 PowerPoint 2 Quiz 3 3. Noted Federalist leader Alexander Hamilton: a) Argued for relegating more power to the states. b) Looked forward to the restoration of an aristocracy . c) Was a supporter of Shays’s Rebellion, which protested heavy and rising taxes d) Advocated for the ruling class because he came from the upper class himself. e) B and D only
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