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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 4 Review Exam 11/20/11 1. The Missouri Compromise was a victory for antislavery advocates because it a. provided for gradual emancipation of slaves in Missouri b. excluded slavery from all territory north of the Ohio and east of the Mississippi c. prohibited slavery from future territorial acquisitions d. closed most of the Louisiana purchase to slavery 2.Support for slavery in the Southern states was based on all of the following except: a. most white families owned slaves b. slaveholders believed that slaves were inferior and needed White guardianship c.slavery was condoned in the Bible d. White plantation owners feared abolition would destroy the Souths economy 3. The Missouri Compromise was a victory for antislavery advocates because it a. provided for gradual emancipation of slaves in Missouri b. excluded slavery from all territory north of the Ohio and east of the Mississippi c. prohibited slavery from future territorial acquisitions d. closed most of the Louisiana purchase to slavery 4. The Southern economy before the civil War increasingly a. diversified with more industry and more mechanized agriculture b. produced more cotton and other crops but did not develop much industry c. depended on immigrant labor d. produced tobacco and sugar rather than cotton 5. The Republican Party of the 185os took which position on slavery? a. residents of territories could decide on the basis of popular sovereignty to have slavery b. slavery could remain where it existed but should not be expanded to new territories c. the federal government should abolish slavery d. the federal government should purchase slaves from the slaveholders and relocate the slaves to Africa 6.The most controversial and divisive component of the Compromise of 1850 was the a. endorsement of popular sovereignty b. admittance of Missouri as a slave state c. passage of a tougher national fugitive slave act d. admittance of Texas as a slave state 7. Which of the following occurred during Radical Reconstruction? a. passage of the Black Codes b. a permanent shift of Southern voters to the Republican Party c. the creation of a new industrial base in a majority of southern states. d.the formation of the KKK 8. After the Civil War, women reformers and abolitionists were divided over a. creation of sharecropping in the South b. legislation that ensured voting rights of black males c. use of military force to keep peace in the South d. reliance on female workers in Northern factories 9. In the Dred Scott case, the Supreme Court ruled that?: A. Dred Scott was not a citizen of the United States. B. Dred Scott could not legally sue in a federal court. C. the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional....
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