HIUS 221 Quiz 5

HIUS 221 Quiz 5 Liberty University Answers

  1. Which of the following was NOT a result of the Judiciary Act of 1801?
  2. A Boston newspaper proclaimed the beginning of the Monroe presidency as an “Era of Good Feelings” because
  3. What was the position of the old Republican guard regarding the possibility of war during President Madison’s first term?
  4. Why did Thomas Jefferson want to impeach Justice Samuel Chase?
  5. What was the African-American freeman Denmark Vesey charged with doing?
  6. By what controversial method did Thomas Jefferson remove Judge John Pickering and attempt to remove Judge Samuel Chase from office?
  7. Who gained national fame as a result of the American victory at New Orleans?
  8. What was Aaron Burr accused of plotting?
  9. In his inaugural address, what did Thomas Jefferson describe as the proper defender of liberty?
  10. Through the Adams-Onis Treaty, the United States gained
  11. Whom did Jefferson defeat to win a second term?
  12. When Henry Clay tried to make the Bank of the United States a key campaign issue in 1832,
  13. What happened as a consequence of the discovery of gold on Cherokee land?
  14. When confronted with President Jackson’s Indian removal policy, most Cherokee supported Principal Chief John Ross in opting to
  15. According to the video presentation, who led the defense of the city during the Battle of New Orleans?
  16. According to the video presentation, who declared the Star-Spangled Banner the National Anthem?
  17. According to the video presentation, what was the Monroe Doctrine?
  18. According to the video presentation, why did the United States remain neutral in South American matters until 1822?
  19. According to the video presentation, which of these authors did NOT rise to popularity during this time period?
  20. According to the video presentation, which of these was a nickname Andrew Jackson earned during his Presidency?
  21. According to the video presentation, what was the result of Marbury v. Madison?
  22. According to the video presentation, when was Jefferson’s embargo lifted?
  23. What myth did Tennessee politician Davy Crockett cultivate to attract voters?
  24. Who campaigned with one of the most successful slogans in American history, “Tippercanoe and Tyler, Too”?
  25. The Democratic Party under Andrew Jackson could be seen as heartbreaking back to what earlier political group?
  26. What occupied President Jackson in the first months of his administration?
  27. In the Rights of Man to Property! Thomas Skidmore advocated
  28. Which politician established his reputation as a military leader during the War of 1812?
  29. Andrew Jackson’s chief political strategist during his run for the presidency in 1828 was
  30. What did the Whigs share with the Federalists?
  31. Why were slaves and free African Americans able to communicate relatively easily in and around Charleston?
  32. How had Republicanism been transformed by the end of James Madison’s presidency?
  33. As Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Marshall!
  34. How did such American leaders as John Quincy Adams regard the Treaty of Ghent?
  35. Why did Aaron Burr challenge Alexander Hamilton to a duel?
  36. Technological innovations that came about directly as a result of the War of 1812 included
  37. Which of the following was most responsible for causing the Panic of 1837?
  38. The Democrats proposed solving the country’s economic problems by Anti‐Jacksonians called themselves Whigs because!
  39. According to the video presentation, which of these is NOT a significance of the War of 1812?
  40. According to the video presentation, in what year did Great Britain close trade with the United States?
  41. According to the video presentation, what was considered a black mark on Jackson’s presidency?
  42. According to the video presentation, which of these was NOT a requirement to vote in Jacksonian America?
  43. According to the video presentation, where was the USS Philadelphia captured and grounded?
  44. According to the video presentation, what was Jefferson’s “peaceable coercion”?
  45. The Force Bill gave Jackson the power to!
  46. What political technique did the Anti‐Masons pioneer that was adopted by mainstream parties?
  47. Jacksonians used all of the following political techniques in the 1828 campaign and election EXCEPT for
  48. How did John Tyler become president?!
  49. What was the doctrine of nullification?
  50. The only presidential candidate in the 1824 election who opposed using federal power for economic development was
  51. Which was among the rights that free African Americans lost in the North and West during the 1820s and 1830s?
  52. In opposing the War of 1812, what reason did Representative John Randolph, a conservative Virginian, give for Indian attacks on frontier settlements?
  53. Which of the following events sparked an alliance between Tecumseh and the British?
  54. What was the purpose of the Hartford Convention?
  55. What was the purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
  56. What did the Indian leaders Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa see as the path to the empowerment of their people?
  57. Freemasons aroused suspicion for all of the following reasons EXCEPT that
  58. What constitutional issue was central to both Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1830) and Worcester v. Georgia (1832)?
  59. Political cartoonists portrayed Andrew Jackson as all of the following EXCEPT
  60. According to the video presentation, what was Madison’s goal after the embargo was lifted?
  61. According to the video presentation, who saved many valuable documents from the White House before it was torched?
  62. According to the video presentation, why is this time period called “The Era of Good Feelings”?
  63. According to the video presentation, who was the President during the Missouri Compromise?
  64. According to the video presentation, what was the new party on the rise in Jacksonian America?
  65. According to the video presentation, who served as Thomas Jefferson’s First Lady?
  66. What was the doctrine of nullification?
  67. In the case Worcester v. Georgia (1832), the Supreme Court ruled that
  68. What struck Alexis de Tocqueville, author of Democracy in America, most vividly about American society?
  69. The Monroe Doctrine proclaimed that
  70. As a consequence of the Rush‑Bagot Treaty of 1817 and the diplomatic agreements with Britain that immediately followed,
  71. How did Thomas Jefferson’s style as president differ from that of his predecessors?
  72. In the War of 1812, American efforts to defeat the British in Canada
  73. Rather than ride to his inaugural in an elegant coach, Jefferson
  74. Who gained national fame as a result of the American victory at New Orleans?
  75. Which of the following headlines could have appeared in 1807?
  76. The Cherokee accommodated to American culture in all of the following ways EXCEPT by
  77. According to the video presentation, which ship fired on the USS Chesapeake in 1807?
  78. Which politician established his reputation as a military leader during the War of 1812?
  79. In The Rights of Man to Property! Thomas Skidmore advocated
  80. What occurred to expand democracy in the United States in the 1820s and 1830s?
  81. In 1792, James Madison wrote that in “every political society, parties are unavoidable.” How does the crisis that followed the application of Missouri for statehood relate to this statement?
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