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Question32Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Question33Correct3.13 points outof 3.13The Lancaster Pike was a road partially financed by the state ofSelect one:a. Massachusetts.b. New York.c. Virginia.d. Pennsylvania.e. Maryland.correct MC The Lancaster Pike was a road partially fin... The correct answer is: Pennsylvania.Topic: Stabilizing Economic Growth Page: 186Francis Cabot Lowell’s contribution to American textile mills includedcorrect MC Francis Cabot Lowell's contribution t... Topic: Stabilizing Economic Growth Page: 186
Question34Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Question35Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Between 1800 and 1820, the population of the United Statese. All these answers are correct.correct MC Between 1800 and 1820, the population of th... Topic: Expanding Westward Page: 187The so-called “corrupt bargain” was negotiated betweencorrect
Question36Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Question37Correct3.13 points outof 3.13During the administration of James Monroe,Select one:a. all cabinet positions were filled by New Englanders.b. the Federalist Party in effect ceased to exist.c. Henry Clay became secretary of war.d. his vice president was charged with corruption.e. John C. Calhoun served as secretary of state.The correct answer is: the Federalist Party in effect ceased to exist.correct MC During the administration of James Monroe, Topic: The “Era of Good Feelings” Page: 191In McCulloch v. Maryland(1819), the Supreme Court confirmed thecorrect MC In McCulloch v. Maryland (1819), the Suprem... Topic: Sectionalism and Nationalism Page: 195