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  1. Populist Party
  2. James Polk
  3. Bill Of Rights
  4. Whigs
  5. Sec. of State Jefferson
  1. a Founded 1891 - called for free coinage of silver and paper money, national income tax, direct election of senators, regulation of railroads, and other government reforms to help farmers
  2. b Although the Anti-Federalists failed to block the ratification of the Constitution, they did ensure that the Bill of Rights would be created to protect individuals from government interference and possible tyranny. The Bill of Rights, drafted by a group led by James Madison, consisted of the first ten amendments to the Constitution, which guaranteed the civil rights of American citizens.
  3. c The Whigs were originally colonists supporting independence. In the mid 1830s, the Whig Party opposed Jackson's strong-armed leadership style and policies. The Whigs promoted protective tariffs, federal funding for internal improvements, and other measures that strengthened the central government. Reaching its height of popularity in the 1830s, the Whigs disappeared from the national political scene by the 1850s.
  4. d A leading Democratic-Republican, he opposed Hamilton's ideas. Washington tended to side with Hamilton, so Jefferson resigned.
  5. e President who believed in Manifest Destiny; acquired the Oregon Territory

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. banks, agricultural failure, overproduction of goods, debt
  2. Institution Jackson wanted to get rid of
  3. Economic downturn caused by specie circular and a wave of foreclosures
  4. Specified when the US could interviene in Cuban affairs
  5. 1828 - Also called Tariff of 1828, it raised the tariff on imported manufactured goods. The tariff protected the North but harmed the South; South said that the tariff was economically discriminatory and unconstitutional because it violated state's rights.

5 True/False questions

  1. Annapolis ConventionOriginally planning to discuss the promotion of interstate commerce, delegates from five states met at Annapolis in September 1786 and ended up suggesting a convention to amend the Articles of Confederation

          

  2. Samuel (Golden Rule) JonesAmerican Political reformer - advanced employee-management relations

          

  3. Henry ClayCreator the Ford Motor Company and the Model T

          

  4. Due Processa state of the economy with large numbers of unemployment, supply shortages, and excess capacity in manufacturing plants

          

  5. Alien and Sedition ActsAuthorizes the relocation of Indian tribes