The presidential election of 1800 ended up in a tie

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25.The presidential election of 1800 ended up in a tie vote, therefore the election was decided in theU. S. House of Representatives. Who, then, used his considerable influence on the Federalists in the House to swing the election to Jefferson?A) James MadisonB) George MasonC) John AdamsD) Patrick HenryE) Alexander HamiltonCorrect Answer(s):E
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26.All these statements represent the ideas and beliefs of Thomas Jefferson EXCEPT:
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27.All these are actions taken by the Jefferson administration EXCEPT:
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28.In the case "Marbury v. Madison"
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29.The Barbary Pirates were fromA) south AfricaB) north AfricaC) IranD) SpainE) ChinaCorrect Answer(s):B
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30.What statement is FALSE concerning the Louisiana Purchase?
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