Civil War 3 - 0Civil War 3 1.All of the following were part...

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0Civil War 3 1.All of the following were part of the initial Union strategy to win the Civil War EXCEPT: a. A naval blockade of southern ports b. Control of the Mississippi River c. The capture of Richmond d. Keeping the border states in the Union e. Emancipation in the seceded states 2.The Confederate government was able to achieve which of the following goals? a. Recognition by a foreign power b. Frequent victories over Union armies c. A stable monetary system d. A strong central government e. Control of the southern river system 3.President Lincoln was reluctant to emancipate the slaves in the first year of the Civil War because: a. He feared that freeing the slaves would bring England and France into the war b. Congress was opposed to emancipation c. He knew that a proclamation about slavery would only further alienate the South d. He feared that emancipation would drive the border states out of the Union e. He had always been opposed to the abolitionists in his party d. He feared that emancipation would drive the border states out of the Union 4.Which of the following best describes an immediate effect of the Emancipation Proclamation? a. Slaves in the border states became free b. Slaves in the Deep South became free c. The abolition of slavery in Confederate territory became one of the North's war goals d. Lincoln's reelection was assured e. Draft riots erupted in New York City 5.Lee's major reason for invading northern territory in 1863 was to: a. Win foreign recognition for the Confederacy b. Obtain military supplies c. Seek revenge for northern attacks in Virginia d. Break the Union blockade e. Destroy the North's industrial capacity a. Win foreign recognition for the Confederacy 6.The economic impact of the Civil War included all of the following EXCEPT: a. An increasing number of women in the labor force b. Widespread destruction of property in the South c. Creation of a national banking system in the North d. Reduced the rate of industrial production in the North e. Runaway inflation in the South 7.Which of the following accurately describes northern politics during the Civil War? a. Democrats challenged Republicans for control of national and state offices b. Republicans were united behind Lincoln's leadership c. The suspension of habeas corpus discouraged many Democrats from voting d. Lincoln had no trouble winning reelection in 1864 e. Copperhead candidates campaigned for equal rights for women 8.All of the following were factors in the defeat of the South in 1865 EXCEPT: a. Shortages caused by the Union's naval blockade b. Slave uprisings against southern plantations c. Grant's war of attrition in Virginia d. Sherman's march through Georgia e. The Confederacy's failure to obtain foreign intervention 9.One of the long-term political consequences of northern victory was: a. An end of th reat of nullification and secession b. Dominance of the Republican party in the South c. Continuing sectional conflict over the issue of slavery
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