5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Henry Clay
- John Bell
- Stephen A. Douglas
- Northwest Territory
- Marbury v. Madison
- a Wealthy slaveowner from Tennessee who served in both the House and the Senate, Bell ran for U.S. President against Lincoln, Breckinridge, and Douglas with Constitutional Union Party on moderate pro-slavery platform.
- b Supreme court case in which judicial review established.
- c An Illinois statesman who ran against Lincoln, Bell, and Breckinridge on a popular sovereignty platform for slavery. Authored Kansas-Nebraska Act, which repealed the Missouri Compromise and heightened the slavery debate.
- d American statesman and congressman who founded the Whig party.
- e Lands north of the Ohio River.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Governor of Virginia and delegate to the Constitutional Convention, proposed Virginia Plan, but refused to sign Constitutions without bill or rights.
- All male citizens are granted the right to vote regardless of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
- 3rd President. Principal author of the Declaration of Independence and an influential Founding Father of the US. Founded the Democratic-Republican party and promoted idea of a small federal government.
- Promoting candidates as being from the common masses, rather than as elite gentlemen-politicians.
- Founding Father, served as President of Continental Congress, served as first Chief Justice of US.
5 True/False questions
James Madison → Formal withdrawal of states or regions from a nation.
Public togetherness → Aspect of party politics in which groups o political party members would gather together in order to have more solidarity and support.
Republican Party → Political part that stems from the controversy over slaver. Was dedicated to keeping future territories and states free from slavery.
Abraham Lincoln → 16th President. Sought to end slavery and preserve the Union. Signed Emancipation Proclamation and delivered Gettysburg Address.
George B. McClellan → Union General who failed to press his advantage at the Battle of Antietam, and was later relieved of his command by President Lincoln.