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History Chapter 11

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Andrew Jackson's soldiers nicknamed him:
C) Old Hickory
Andrew Jackson was a true Jeffersonian in his:
C) belief in limited government
The Peggy Eaton affair revealed:
C) the destructive gossip of the Washington social scene
Despite the fact that Andrew Jackson continually opposed federal aid to local projects, he did support:
B) interstate projects such as the National Road
By the 1820s, South Carolina:
B) was experiencing agricultural depression
Calhoun's South Carolina Exposition and Protest:
A) argued that states could nullify federal legislation
The Webster-Hayne debate is best remembered for:
A) Webster's eloquent defense of the union
Tariffs passed by Congress in 1830 and 1832:
C) lowered duties on some items
How many states joined South Carolina in repudiating the tariff acts of 1828 and 1832?
none
In response to South Carolina's tariff nullification, Jackson:
A) threatened to hang Calhoun
When Congress rechartered the Bank of the United States in 1832:
A) Jackson vetoed the recharter
The Anti-Masonic party was the first to:
C) hold a national nomination convention
As a result of Jackson's bank policies:
B) banks printed new bank notes with abandon
The Specie Circular:
B) required gold or silver payment for public lands
Least likely to become Whigs would be:
A) German and Irish Catholics
All of the following were prominent Whig politicians EXCEPT:
C) Martin Van Buren
After the panic of 1837, working-class Americans could expect all of the following EXCEPT:
C) government assistance
All of the following factors contributed to the panic of 1837 EXCEPT the:
C) tariff of 1835, which had lowered duties to dangerous levels
In the 1840 campaign, the Whigs:
B) claimed their candidate was born in a log cabin
William Henry Harrison:
B) had defeated the Shawnees at Tippecanoe