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Question 1 1. How did Radical Republicans gain control of Reconstruction?
Question 2 2. How did Granges differ from Farmers' Alliances?
Question 3 3. John Marshall permanently changed the Supreme Court's role in government. Which of the following best demonstrates his legacy?
Question 4 4. Who was President Washington's Vice President?
Question 5 5. Which of the following is true of John Paul Jones in 1778?
Question 6 6. How is the work of Noah Webster different from Washington Irving?
Question 7 7. Why did President George W. Bush pass the Medicare Modernization Act?
Question 8 8. How did Senator Joseph McCarthy work to rid the United States of communism?
Question 9 9. Roosevelt's program to expand the federal government, assist struggling Americans and end the Great Depression was known as which of the following?
Question 10 10. How were Black Codes and Jim Crow laws similar?
Question 11 11. In the U.S. antebellum period, slaves in the task system worked until the task was completed. Which type of slave was most likely to work under the task system?
Question 12 12. When did the Civil War take place?
Question 13 13. Why did Tyler join the Whig Party if he didn't believe in their policies?
Question 14 14. Why did European monarchs of the 15th century sponsor the voyages of many explorers?
Question 15 15. What happened to the Populist Party in the late 1800s?
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