5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Gibbons v. Ogden
- Missouri Compromise
- New Deal
- Woodrow Wilson
- Articles of Confederation
- a Document outlining an alliance of sovereign, equal states in which there was a weak central governing Continental Congress.
- b 1820 agreement between slavery and anti-slavery factions in the US that regulated slavery in western territories, prohibiting slavery above the border of Arkansas and permitting it south of that border.
- c 28th President. Helped frame the Treaty of Versailles ending WWI and proposed Fourteen Points that included the formation of the League of Nations.
- d Supreme Court case in which power of federal government expanded by broad interpretation of the commerce cause.
- e Plan by FDR involving creation of various government agencies and programs designed to stimulate the economy and help the U.S. escape the Great Depression.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Written listing of the power of government.
- Founding Father and proponent of a bicameral legislature. Adams served as 2nd President.
- Factionalism on a larger, more regional scale, with fewer but larger factions. During the 1800s over slavery issue nullified the benefits of Madison's extended republic and led to Civil War.
- Laws passed by Congress to stifle writings of French propagandists against neutrality of US.
- 7th President. championed US as a democracy pushing for more political involvement by the common man. Also vetoed the US Bank's charter and made other reforms to keep the federal government small.
5 True/False questions
Judicial review → Leading American statesman and senator during the Pre-Civil War era.
Factionalism → Severe Civl War battle that took place on September 17, 1862. Bloodiest day in American history. After battle, Lincoln issued Emancipation Proclamation.
Confederacy → Defensive alliance among sovereign equals.
Theodore Roosevelt → 32nd President. Served four terms, only U.S. President to serve more than two terms. Exuberant public personality helped bolster nation's confidence as struggled through the Depression.
John Brown → 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.