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13Why was the Missouri Compromise significant?It highlighted divisions over slavery that had been growing since the nation gained independence.It let states decide for themselves whether to allow or forbid slavery.It decided the election of 1824 without any consideration for the popular vote.It led to a revival of the Federalist party.
CONCEPTThe Sectional Crisis and the ʺCorrupt Bargainʺ of 182414Which of the following was a major economic shift in the North in the early 19th century?
Factory work gave workers in the North increasing indepedence and control over their labor.Free-labor ideology influenced individuals to believe that they could improve their social class with hard work,education and discipline.CONCEPTThe Northern Economy15Which of the following quotations best represents the cultural attitudes associated with the Second GreatAwakening?
CONCEPTThink About It:How Was American Culture Changing?16Which of the following statements would most likely have been spoken by a supporter of Andrew Jackson?
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The Bank War and the Rise of the Second Party System17Which of the following statements about the southern economy before the Civil War is true?The slave population continued to grow as new slaves were imported from abroad.Slavery began to diminish after the invention of the cotton gin.Cotton was important in the South, but not to the nation as a whole.The southern climate was ideal for the cultivation of cotton.
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