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CONCEPTDrafting the Constitution 8Why was the sectional crisis important?·It showed that a president could win the electoral vote but not the popular vote.·It showed that, despite the existence of a one-party system, there was still significant politicaldivision.·It showed that slavery had to be either allowed everywhere or nowhere.·It showed that most Southerners did not actually support the existence of slavery.CONCEPTThe Sectional Crisis and the Corrupt Bargain of 1824 ʺʺ9Jefferson often used the term “empire of liberty” when referring to the process of western expansion.
Choose the statement that best describes the application of this term.·The port of New Orleans will serve as a conduit for manufacturers to export their goods to Europe.·Territories will be admitted to the union as equal states rather than being ruled over as a colonial power.·Plans will be established for the organization of western lands, but not for their admission to the Union.·The United States will rule Western territories much like Britain ruled the colonies.CONCEPTLooking West 10Which of the following led in part to the War of 1812?·Impressment of American sailors by British vessels in the Atlantic·Alliance with the French for assistance against Native Americans·Passage of the Embargo Act under Thomas Jefferson·A failed attempt by loyalists to establish an American monarchyCONCEPTThe War of 1812 11
Which of the following statements about the rise of democracy is true?·Free blacks could vote in many states after the American Revolution, but that right was mostly lost by the 1820s.·Voting rights for women expanded in the early 19th century.·Even as voting rights became less strict, fewer than half of all white men could vote by the 1820s.·Western states modeled their voting laws on those of the eastern states that preceded them into the union.CONCEPTThe Promise and Limits of Democracy 12Which of the following statements about the domestic slave trade in the 19th century is true?·Most slaves sold domestically were transported to the Upper South.·Most slaves traded domestically were transported to their destination by steam boat.·The domestic slave trade was much smaller than the international slave trade during this time.·The domestic slave trade was facilitated by the spread of cotton production.CONCEPTThe Southern Economy 13
For what purpose was the Bill of Rights added to the Constitution?·To satisfy a commitment made to Anti-Federalists during ratification to clarify the unalienable rights that all Americans possess·To satisfy Alexander Hamilton's concern that too much power was being concentrated in the hands of the people·To separate the three branches of government from each other, as promised to the Federalists during ratification·To satisfy Thomas Jefferson's demand that a framework by which new rights could be added to the Constitution be establishedCONCEPTFederalists in Power 14

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