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civil War Quiz-bob-4 - 4 D. It was the only way they had of...

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1.In arguing for the continuation of slavery after 1830, southerners A) placed themselves in opposition to much of the rest of the Western world. B) were in opposition to the North but on the side of the Western world. C) failed to compare slaves with the northern factory worker. D) allowed considerable dissent in the South. E) aligned themselves with leading European intellectual 2.In ruling on the Dred Scott case, the United States Supreme Court A) expected to lay to rest the issue of slavery in the territories. B) held that slaveowners could not take slaves into free territories. C) supported the concept of popular sovereignty. D) reunited the Democratic party. 3.The two major battles of the Civil War fought on Union soil were A) Shiloh and Chancellorsville. B) Bull Run and Vicksburg. C) Gettysburg and Antietam. D) Peninsula Campaign and Fredericksburg 4.The free soilders condemned slavery because 1 A. Of the harm it did to blacks 2 B. Of moral principles 3 C. It destroyed the chances of free white workers to rise to self-employment
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Unformatted text preview: 4 D. It was the only way they had of combating the appeal of the Democratic party 5 E. It damaged the national economy 6 5. Lincoln’s plan for the besieged federal forces in Fort Sumpter was A. to order the soldiers there to attack the surrounding Confederate army. B. to send about 3,000 soldiers and marines to reinforce the fort. C. to make a symbolic show of support and then withdraw the forces. D. to provision the garrison but not to reinforce it. 7 6. Lincoln believed that 8 A. the United States was "one nation" and not a collection of sovereign states. 9 B. all states had the power to nullify federal laws. 10 C. the federal government was too powerful an it violated states' rights. 11 D. the Declaration of Independence legalized a states' right to secede from the Union. 12 7. The citizenship rights of a person born or naturalized in the United States are 13 protected by the 14 A. 12th Amendment 15 B. 13th Amendment 16 C. 14th Amendment 17 D. 15th Amendment 18 19 8. 20...
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course HISTORY 101 taught by Professor Whittaker during the Spring '12 term at E. Stroudsburg.

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