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5 Matching questions

  1. Bush-Bagot Treaty
  2. John C. Calhoun
  3. Nicholas Biddle
  4. States' Rights
  5. The American System
  1. a the theory of giving more power to the states and reducing the power of the national government
  2. b president of the National Bank and enemy of Jackson
  3. c agreement between the US and Britain that provided for disarmament in the Great Lakes
  4. d Jackson's Vice President who arguments in favor of states' right that lead to a serious political break between him and Jackson. Elected by his home state South Carolina as a Senator
  5. e proposed by Henry Clay meant to unite the country. His plan called for a tariff to protect American industry, the sale of government land to benefit the national government, the maintenance of a national bank, and government funding of internal improvements such as roads and canals

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a proposal made by Henry Clay in 1820 which allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state and Maine as a free state to equal everything out. As part of the Compromise all states carved from the LA territory North 36 degrees, 30 would be closed to slavery
  2. the belief that the interests of the nation as a whole are more important that regional interests or the interest of other countries
  3. term that describe political power exercised by ordinary Americans
  4. French philosopher who wrote about the limitless energy of Americans in his book--> Democracy in America
  5. treaty between US and Spain in which the US acquired Florida and gave up claims to Texas

5 True/False questions

  1. Democratic Partythe average length of time between the birth of parents and that of their offspring

          

  2. Sectionalismthe belief that the interests of the nation as a whole are more important that regional interests or the interest of other countries

          

  3. Trails of Tearthe practice of rewarding political supporters with government positions

          

  4. Corrupt Bargainused by Jackson to describe the deal with Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams who won the presidential election

          

  5. John Quincy AdamsSecretary of State under president James Monroe; considered to be among the best secretaries of state that we have had in the US