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His 108 Chapter 10

History of the Us through 1865
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In 1828, the idea that a state could nullify an act of Congress was proposed by
John C. Calhoun.
Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe favored a constitutional amendment to
provide for internal improvements.
The "Era of Good Feelings" describes
James Monroe's administration.
By the 1820s, the right to vote had generally been extended to:
adult white males
John C. Calhoun accepted the Tariff of 1816 because he:
expected the South would become a manufacturing center
The "firebell in the night" that awakened and filled Jefferson with terror was the
issue of slavery.
In Dartmouth College v. Woodward, the Supreme Court
expanded the definition of contracts and put them beyond state control.
The Missouri Compromise stipulated that in the rest of the Louisiana Purchase north of 36°30??:
slavery would be excluded
The American System included support for all the following policies EXCEPT:
free public schools
Missouri's admission to the Union as a slave state was balanced by the admission of the free state of:
Maine
In McCulloch v. Maryland, John Marshall
all of the above
In the early 1800s, the Supreme Court decisions associated with John Marshall consistently championed:
national authority
In the early 1800s, the trinity of ideas promoting economic nationalism consisted of
a national bank, a protective tariff, and internal improvements.
The percentage of Americans who could vote increased between 1790 and 1820 because
states abolished many property and taxpaying requirements.
Ironically, Thomas Jefferson's embargo in 1807:
led to a significant increase in American manufacturing
As president, James Monroe
all of the above
The "corrupt bargain" in the election of 1824 referred to:
the belief that Clay supported Adams in return for becoming secretary of state
The "corrupt bargain" in the election of 1824 referred to:
The chief advocate for the program for economic development called the American System was:
Henry Clay
The Missouri Compromise of 1820
admitted Missouri as a slave state.
The election of 1824 was decided when
Henry Clay supported John Quincy Adams.