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5 Matching questions

  1. Compromise of 1877
  2. How do the Southern states prove that they are unrepentant?
  3. States Rights
  4. What happens during the Election of 1856?
  5. Fourteenth Amendment
  1. a - there are a number of race riots in the South
    - they continue to deny blacks the right to vote
    - they elected former Confederate leaders back into office
    - southern states pass the Black Codes
  2. b - The Know-Nothings will receive 900,000 votes but don't succeed in the Electoral College
    - People begin to flee after the Election
    - The Republican party forms
  3. c - Hayes would be President and southern blacks would be abandoned by their fate
    - removal of all federal troops from the former Confederate states
    the appointment of at least one Southern Democrat to Hayes's cabinet
    - construction of another transcontinental railroad
    - legislation to help industrialize the South and get them back on their feet
  4. d - ratified in 1868, it provided citizenship to ex-slaves after the Civil War and constitutionally protected equal rights under the law for all citizens.
    - Radical Republicans used it to enact a congressional Reconstruction policy in the former Confederate states
  5. e 1. John Calhoun argued that the National government can't pass a law that denies a citizen with their property
    2. Only a state can abolish slavery within it's borders; the federal government can't
    3. Until a territory becomes a state, it has to be open to slavery
    4. Claims that all laws that prohibit slavery are unconstitutional

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. - nativists, people who were native-born, believed in an anti-immigration attitude
    - expressed their hatred in bloody anti-Catholic riots, burning churches and convents
  2. - a minority of congressional Republicans who are strongly antislavery favored protection of black rights, especially black male suffrage, as a precondition for the readmission of southern states
  3. 1. Free black man in Charleston, South Carolina who planned a conspiracy to seize local armories, arm the slave population, and take possession of the city
    2. Known as the Vessey Conspiracy
  4. - the Southern economy was less adaptable than the North
    - the Confederacy had to rely on a govt. cash program to produce war materials
  5. - Clay will compromise and join with the North and then join with the South to pass the other parts
    - By Sept. 1850, all bills are passed but still no one is satisfied

5 True/False questions

  1. Congressional Reconstruction1. The South as a whole was unrepentant and hasn't changed; determined to make reconstruction fail
    2. Both the North and South are tired of military rule
    3. The Conservatives openly appeal to white supremacy
    4. People of the North and South believe the propoganda about the bad the governments were and any change wouldn't be good
    5. The Compromise of 1877 pulls soldiers out of the South

          

  2. How did Republicans view the unsettled West?As a land of opportunities where the hardworking could improve their social and economic status
    - Free soil would serve as a guarantee of free competition or the "right to rise"
    - But if slavery was permitted to expand, the rights of "free labor" would be denied and slaveowners would use the best land, blocking commercial and industrial development

          

  3. How did civilians react to the Draft Bill?As a land of opportunities where the hardworking could improve their social and economic status
    - Free soil would serve as a guarantee of free competition or the "right to rise"
    - But if slavery was permitted to expand, the rights of "free labor" would be denied and slaveowners would use the best land, blocking commercial and industrial development

          

  4. How did the North view the Court's verdict?as the last act of "slave-power conspiracy"

          

  5. What is the rise of the Know-Nothings?- it won complete control of Massachusetts,
    - took power in three more New England states
    - showed signs of becoming the next major political party

          

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