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5 Matching questions

  1. Neutrality
  2. Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
  3. urbanization
  4. United States v. E.C. Knight Co
  5. Currier & Ives
  1. a the growth of cities
  2. b Foreign policy begun by George Washington which avoided European wars, aided by America's geographic isolation from Europe.
  3. c Jefferson and Madison's response to Alien and Sedition Acts. Promoted states' right to nullify federal laws considered unconstitutional (1799)
  4. d (1895) Congress wanted to bust a trust because it controled 98% of sugar manufacturing. Supreme court said no because it wasn't interstate commerce which they do have the right to regulate. Severely weakend the Sherman Anti-Trust Act
  5. e United States lithographer who (with his partner James Ives) produced thousands of prints signed 'Currier & Ives' (1813-1888)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the body of 538 people elected from the 50 states and the District of Columbia to cast the official votes that elect the president and vice president
  2. The Supreme Courts ability to declare laws or presidential actions unconstitutional.
  3. a sense of pride and devotion to one's country
  4. Senators who voted against the League of Nations with or without reservations
  5. an indirect form of democracy in which people elect representatives to make decisions on their behalf

5 True/False questions

  1. Lewis and ClarkExplorers sent by Jefferson to the Louisiana Purchase

          

  2. Robert E. LeeConfederate general

          

  3. federalistssupporters of the stronger central govt. who advocated the ratification of the new constitution

          

  4. Articles of ConfederationAdopted in 1777 during the Revolutionary War, the Articles established the United States of America. The Articles granted limited powers to the central government, reserving most powers for the states. The result was a poorly defined national state that couldn't govern the country's finances or maintain stability. The Constitution replaced them in 1789

          

  5. 1st bomb dropped onHiroshima

          

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