MTEL Middle School Humanities: The Jacksonian Democracy Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. By the election of 1828, the number of political parties:

Question 2 2. During the Panic of 1837, more than _____ of the country's banks went out of business.

Question 3 3. As head of the Bank of the United States, Biddle sought to regulate local banks in order to _____.

Question 4 4. Why did some of the Cherokee choose NOT to fight against their removal?

Question 5 5. The Supreme Court case of _____ established the legality of the Bank of the United States.

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Question 6 6. 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 7 7. The enemies of the Bank of the United States distrusted _____ and preferred _____.

Question 8 8. Which Indian tribe tried to adapt to White ways, but was still forced to move?

Question 9 9. It is fair to say that Andrew Jackson was a(n) _____ of the Bank of the United States.

Question 10 10. The Panic of 1837 had many ill effects, but one of the most important to Van Buren was:

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Question 11 11. This project was considered a pork barrel project by Jackson, and he vetoed it.

Question 12 12. Which treaty helped Jackson to force Indians off of their land?

Question 13 13. The Panic of 1837 was caused by a number of factors, including:

Question 14 14. How did President Harrison's view of the presidency differ from that of President Jackson?

Question 15 15. Why did Jackson veto the bill to recharter the Bank of the United States in 1832?

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Question 16 16. He was the oldest man to become president before Ronald Reagan broke the record.

Question 17 17. This was Andrew Jackson's famous nickname.

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. Prior to becoming president, John Q. Adams was most famous for being the:

Question 20 20. Who was in charge of the Bank of the United States during its most prosperous times?

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Question 21 21. Knowing he couldn't become president, which of the following men struck a deal with John Quincy Adams known as the Corrupt Bargain?

Question 22 22. After leaving office, John Quincy Adams:

Question 23 23. Why was Martin Van Buren a unique figure of the 1830s political scene?

Question 24 24. After the election of 1828, Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams:

Question 25 25. He was both Adams' and Jackson's Vice President.

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Question 26 26. Banks issued paper money, which was _____.

Question 27 27. Why did many Americans distrust the Bank of the United States?

Question 28 28. In his dealings with the issue of slavery, Van Buren made it clear he _

Question 29 29. Which of the following was NOT a member of the Virginia Dynasty of presidents?

Question 30 30. First a presidential candidate, then a vice president, this Southern politician was also a former Secretary of War.

MTEL Middle School Humanities: The Jacksonian Democracy Chapter Exam Instructions

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