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a.the War of 1812 b.the urbanization of Americac.the Missouri Compromised.the displacement of Native Americans from their homeland20.The Monroe Doctrine, which pledged America to keeping European presence out of the Western Hemisphere, was the brainchild not of President Monroe, but of: a.Henry Clayb.John Quincy Adamsc.Thomas Jeffersond.Andrew Jackson
21.In 1800, what African-American organized a failed slave revolt in Virginia, resulting in his execution, along with that of nearly forty other participants?a.Nat Turnerb.Gabriel Prosserc.Denmark Vesseyd.Anthony Benezet22.What patriot from the American Revolution lobbied for former loyalists to be allowed to return home after the war and granted the right to their abandoned or seized property?a.Alexander Hamiltonb.George Washingtonc.John Adamsd.Benjamin Franklin23.Perhaps the most outspoken advocate of women’s education, who insisted that women “should be taught to depend on their own efforts, for the procurement of an establishment in life,” was:a.Lucy Knoxb.Abigail Adamsc.Judith Sargent Murrayd.Benjamin Rush24.President George Washington’s cabinet reflected various political points of view, including all of the following individuals, except:a.Alexander Hamilton b.John Adamsc.Henry Knoxd.Edmund Randolph25. The French lost a tremendous amount of support in America for their revolution when the following occurred: a.the French republic declared the Spanish an allyb.French revolutionaries executed Louis XVIc.the French seized American cargo onboard transatlantic vesselsd.Thomas Jefferson publicly opposed the efforts of French revolutionaries26.In 1795, what American envoy successfully negotiated a treaty with the Spanish opening the Mississippi and the port of New Orleans to American shipping?a.Thomas Pinckneyb.John Jayc.Alexander Hamiltond.Henry Knox27.Which state legislature passed a 1798 resolution asserting that states had the right to nullify any powers exercised by the federal government that were not explicitly granted in the Constitution? a.Kentucky b.Massachusettsc.Rhode Islandd.Virginia
28.When President Monroe took office, he continued the policies of James Madison, extending the “Era of Good Feelings,” to include the adoption of which of the following positions concerning party politics?a.an end to the contentious spirit of party politicsb.establishment of a strong two-party systemc.strongly contested political elections, with vigorous debated.development of countless, independent political parties reflecting regional concerns29.A new breed of politicians soon entered the American political arena in the 1820s, including what New York upstart politician, who rose to prominence with an impassioned plea that political leaders should be “guided by higher and steadier considerations” than their own individual power and influence?