hist 1301 chapter 14 quizzes

hist 1301 chapter 14 quizzes - 1 ThePanicof1857...

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1.   The Panic of 1857:    Student Response A. favored the Republicans in 1858.  B. was ameliorated by massive aid to the poor from the  federal government.  C.  favored the Democrats in 1858.  D.  was only a mild recession.  Score: 4/4    2.   What is the correct order of events?    Score: 4/4    3.   The Republicans became the clear favorite in the presidential election of 1860 when: 
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  Score: 0/4    4.   The Confederates attacked Fort Sumter in:    Score: 4/4    5.   What effect did the publication of  Uncle Tom's Cabin  have on many northern white people?   
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  Score: 4/4    6.   In what year were the Know-Nothing and Republican parties formed?    Score: 4/4    7.   All of the following statements about  Uncle Tom's Cabin  are true EXCEPT:    Score:
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4/4    8.   Reaction against the Fugitive Slave Act was strongest among:    Score: 4/4    9.   Zachary Taylor's strong base of electoral support was in the:    Score: 4/4    10.   The declared president of the Confederate States was: 
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  Score: 4/4    11.   Which of the following was NOT one of the proposed solutions to slavery in the territories that dominated the  debate from the late 1840s until 1861?    Score: 4/4    12.   The election of 1860 revealed that:   
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  Score: 4/4    13.   Who did NOT run for president in 1860?    Score: 4/4    14.   In the 1858 senatorial campaign in Illinois:   
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Score: 4/4    15.   In an intriguing race for the U.S. Senate in Illinois, Abraham Lincoln was opposed by:    Score: 4/4    16.   Which statement would most likely have been said by creators of the Republican Party?    Score: 4/4    17.
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  The revolutions of 1848 were triggered by the downfall of the __________ government.    Score: 0/4    18.   Under the Compromise of 1850, which of the following would be able to choose whether to be a free or a slave  state?    Score: 0/4    19.   Effects of the Compromise of 1850 included:   
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  Score: 0/4    20.   In the  Dred Scott  decision, Roger Taney argued that:    Score: 4/4    21.   Robert Walker showed integrity when he:   
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  Score: 0/4    22.   President Pierce tried to mute the conflicts about slavery by emphasizing:    Score: 4/4    23.
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