Political & Constitutional Developments from 1789-1877 Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which members of the Whig Party held the office of President of the United States?

Question 2 2. What issue led to the demise of the Whig Party?

Question 3 3. The Whig Party was created to address which of the following?

Question 4 4. What did the Alien Act empower the president to do?

Question 5 5. What happened to John Adams and the Federalists after the Alien and Sedition Acts?

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Question 6 6. Which political party was responsible for passing the Alien Act into law?

Question 7 7. John Adams broke with the Federalists and Hamilton for refusing to:

Question 8 8. The Federalist Party was formed in the:

Question 9 9. Federalist Party members included:

Question 10 10. Many western Americans were suspicious of the Second Bank of the United States because:

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Question 11 11. Who was the president of the Second Bank of the United States?

Question 12 12. In response to Jackson depositing funds in pet banks, Biddle:

Question 13 13. Ultimately the _____ was the part of the country that most benefited from the the Tariff of 1828.

Question 14 14. Of the following options, which was a constitutional basis for the creating and passing of tariffs?

Question 15 15. Though he later resigned to lead the opposition, _____ was the vice president during, and shortly after, the passage of the Tariff of 1828.

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Question 16 16. Which of the following is true about McCulloch v. Maryland?

Question 17 17. How did Marbury v. Madison influence the role of the United States Supreme Court?

Question 18 18. John Marshall permanently changed the Supreme Court's role in government. Which of the following best demonstrates his legacy?

Question 19 19. Besides the 'Corrupt Bargain,' what was the national issue that both candidates focused on during the 1828 presidential election campaign?

Question 20 20. What event fueled Andrew Jackson's campaign to run for president in 1828?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following were aspects of President John Quincy Adams' campaign against Andrew Jackson in the 1828 presidential election?

Question 22 22. Which group was the ideological precursor of the Democratic-Republicans?

Question 23 23. Which presidential election led to the downfall of the Democratic-Republicans' one party rule?

Question 24 24. Who was the first Democratic-Republican president?

Question 25 25. Jefferson referred to his victory in the election of 1800 as the 'Revolution of 1800' because:

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Question 26 26. For Jefferson, 'Republican Simplicity' meant:

Question 27 27. Jeffersonian Republicanism called for:

Question 28 28. What did the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions do?

Question 29 29. Which country's revolution prompted the Sedition Act of 1798?

Question 30 30. Who wrote the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions?

Political & Constitutional Developments from 1789-1877 Chapter Exam Instructions

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