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Question 18Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Question 19Correct3.13 points outof 3.13The election of 1796 sawSelect one:a. a Federalist president and a Republican vice president take o±ce. b. the Republicans win the presidency for the ²rst time.c. the House of Representatives determine the presidential victor.d. the Federalists reach their height of power and unity.e. John Adams become president on the Republican ticket.correctMC The election of 1796 sawTopic: The Downfall of the FederalistsPage: 149Federalists controlled the new government under the Constitution for its ²rstSelect one:a. four years.b. eight years.c. twelve years. d. sixteen years.e. twenty years.correctMC Federalists controlled the new government u...Topic: Federalists and RepublicansPage: 142
11/6/2019Graded Exam #212/24Question 20Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Question 21Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Religious skepticism resulted incorrectMC Religious skepticism resulted inTopic: The Rise of Cultural NationalismPage: 158The message of the Second Great AwakeningSelect one:a. called for an active and fervent piety. b. restored the traditional belief in predestination.c. incorporated the belief of skeptical rationalism.d. found its greatest number of converts among young men.e. was rejected by most women as being retrograde and reactionary.correctMC The message of the Second Great AwakeningTopic: The Rise of Cultural NationalismPage: 158
11/6/2019Graded Exam #213/24Question 22Correct3.13 points outof 3.13Question 23Correct3.13 points outof 3.13The Second Great AwakeningSelect one:a. rejected the idea of the Trinity.b. was consistent with the ideas of the Enlightenment.c. helped promote universalism and unitarianism.d. was con±ned to New England.e. began as an effort by church establishments to revitalize their organizations.The correct answer is: began as an effort by church establishments to revitalizetheir organizations.correctMC The Second Great AwakeningTopic: The Rise of Cultural NationalismPage: 158