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Jacksonian Democracy Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How did the removal of the Cherokee, which was characterized by a thousand-mile walk westward known as the Trail of Tears, affect the Cherokee tribe?

Question 2 2. How did Jackson react to the fact that Mexico refused to sell Texas?

Question 3 3. Why did Jackson veto the bill to recharter the Bank of the United States in 1832?

Question 4 4. How did Adams differ from Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe?

Question 5 5. Which of the following is NOT a way Jackson attempted to protect the rights of the common man?

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Question 6 6. Two issues on which there was disagreement between the North and the South were _____ and _____.

Question 7 7. Why did Van Buren win the 1836 election?

Question 8 8. De Tocqueville and Beaumont's visit to the United States was under the guise of investigating American _____l, but the real reason they came was _____.

Question 9 9. Why did John C. Calhoun resign as vice president and return to the Senate?

Question 10 10. Why was Martin Van Buren a unique figure of the 1830s political scene?

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Question 11 11. How did the Nullification Crisis end?

Question 12 12. Why was it unusual for John C. Calhoun to serve as vice-president to both Jackson and Adams?

Question 13 13. Identify which of the following is a profile of a person who could vote for the first time in 1828:

Question 14 14. Why was the election of 1824 significant?

Question 15 15. How did Jackson's approach to staffing the executive office differ to that of John Quincy Adams'?

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Question 16 16. As head of the Bank of the United States, Biddle sought to regulate local banks in order to _____.

Question 17 17. Which of the following correctly summarizes the Corrupt Bargain in 1824?

Question 18 18. What was President Jackson's view of the Indian tribes east of the Mississippi prompting the Indian Removal Act of 1830?

Question 19 19. How did President Harrison's view of the presidency differ from that of President Jackson?

Question 20 20. The Supreme Court case of _____ established the legality of the Bank of the United States.

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Question 21 21. During Andrew Jackson's administration, there were regional economic conflicts between the North, South and Western United States. The Northern states relied upon _____. The Southern states felt that their survival depended upon _____. The Western states depended upon _____ for their growth.

Question 22 22. Although de Tocqueville chronicled the sadness of African slaves and Native Americans, he was impressed with all of the following EXCEPT:

Question 23 23. Why did many Americans distrust the Bank of the United States?

Question 24 24. Which of the following is FALSE regarding the Van Buren administration?

Question 25 25. Which treaty helped Jackson to force Indians off of their land?

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Question 26 26. Why did the Whig Party nominate William Henry Harrison for president in the 1840 election?

Question 27 27. Which Indian tribe tried to adapt to White ways, but was still forced to move?

Question 28 28. Why was the inauguration of Jackson in 1829 different to that of Adams' four years prior?

Question 29 29. How were John C. Calhoun and William H. Crawford similar?

Question 30 30. All of the following are conclusions de Tocqueville made about America's middle class in the 1830s EXCEPT:

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