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The philosophy that believed people could soar beyond the limits of ordinary experience and gain mystical knowledge of ultimate and eternal things by tapping into their intuitive powers is known as
The redistribution of the African American population
The cotton boom that began in the 1810s set in motion
The antebellum women's movement
Religious Revivalism, the temperance movement, benevolent activities, and Whig politics all helped
Many rejected the acquisitiveness of the new industrialized society
Why were there so many religious, reform, and utopian movements in the antebellum United States?
The efforts of Nat Turner
Contradicts the fact that most slaves recognized that uprisings would be futile
Native American rights
John Quincy Adams's actions showed a marked difference from Jackson's in relation to
Slavery allowed a civilized lifestyle for whites and provided tutelage for genetically inferior blacks
The notion of slavery as a "necessary evil" and a "positive good" was supported by which idea?
It was home to many religious revivals and reform movements
Central New York was labeled the "Burned Over District" because
An avid spokesman against Roman Catholicism as anathema to republicanism and freedom of conscience was
American factories and farms turning out more goods, merchants and legislators creating faster and cheaper ways to get those products to consumers
Support for average Americans
Jacksonian democracy and Jeffersonian republicanism were most similar in their
The South Carolina Exposition and Protest, written by John C. Calhoun, was an argument in favor of
Protective tariff, subsidized internal improvements, and the national bank
Elements of Clay's American system
A black form of evangelical Christianity
The synthesis of African and American culture was exemplified by
Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller, and Ralph Waldo Emerson were well known for their involvement with
John Quincy Adams became president even though Andrew Jackson had more popular votes
A problem that occurred in the election of 1824 was that
States had the right to determine which congressional laws they would enforce
The Ordinance of Nullification was based on the belief that
The author of Conversations on Common Things; founded charity schools; worked actively to get the mentally ill out of prisons
It's per capita income was still lower than that of the North
This contradicted the fact that by the 1840s the South's cotton production accounted for almost two-thirds of the total value of American exports
The support of New York City merchants and the governor
The Erie Canal, the first great engineering project in American history, was successful in part because of
Active workers for the Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott
Jefferson and Jackson
The two presidents that had the most strained relationships with the Supreme Court of the United States
Increased slave trade
Changing the marriage blessing from "'til death do you part" to "for as long as God keeps them together" is a reflection of
His rigid personality and high moral standards
A characteristic of John Quincy Adams that was both a strength and a weakness
Replaced workers in the Lowell Mill when they refused to work until conditions improved
The Industrial and Market Revolutions
These two revolutions created a class-divided society that challenged the founders' vision of an agrarian republic
The national government aided the growth of industry in the first half of the nineteenth century through
n evangelical movement that believed the Second Coming of Christ had already occurred and people could attain complete freedom from sin
Economic tied being forged between the North and South
A major effect of the transportation revolution
A critic for the New York Tribune, an editor of The Dial, and the author of Woman in the Nineteenth Century
Worcester v. Georgia
Marshall decision that Jackson refused to implement, stating, "John Marshall has made his decision; now let him enforce it"
Demanded government assistance for their business enterprises
Nineteenth-century bankers, land speculators, and entrepreneurs all
Remington, Singer, and other American businesses soon dominated many European markets
An outcome of the American Industrial Revolution
The rapid transfer of slaves from other regions to the lower Mississippi Valley
The factor that most significantly reduced slaves' cultural differences
The labor theory of value
The concept that the price of a product should reflect the work required to make it
Martin Van Buren
Considered the first real politician, partly because he created the first statewide political machine
In this way was the United States more democratic than anywhere else in the world during the first half of the nineteenth century
Free blacks could not work for the U.S. Postal Service, claim public land, or hold a U.S. passport
One thing that Martin Delany referred to when he said, "We are slaves in the midst of freedom"
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