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1. Which of the following did George Washington do during his presidency?
-established a cabinet of advisers**
-limited himself to one term in office
-offered military support in foreign wars
-served ties with Great Britain

2. What precedent did George Washington set by refusing to run for president a third time?
-dignity of the office
- executive retirement
-term limits for leaders**
-U.S. isolationism

3. Which action represents a break with George Washington's policies?
-an amendment limiting the president to two terms in office
-close diplomatic ties with Great Britain and France**
-moving the U.S. capital from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C.
-voters registering as independent rather than of any political party

4. "First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen."

What does this quote by Henry Lee illustrate by the phrase "first in war"?
-George Washington always led his troops into battle
-George Washington avoided military solutions whenever possible
-George Washington favored military solutions over diplomacy
-George Washington was a great commander in chief**

5.)Which of the following is the best explanation of the XYZ affair that took place during John Adam's presidency?

A.)Adams tried to purchase three naval ships (X,Y, & Z) from France demanded much more money than the ships were worth & adams rejected the offer.

B.)Adams arrested three French pirates (X,Y, & Z) who had seized American ships & millions of dollar in cargo, & then made a deal with French for their release in exchange for a peace treaty

C.)Adams promoted the idea of creating a committee of three diplomats (X,Y, & Z)

D.)Governments is necessary because people do not always practice civic virtue. Adams tried to promote peace with France, but three french officials (X,Y, & Z)demanded a two hundred & fifty thousand dollar bribe before they would even speak with Americans.

6.)What are some things Thomas Jefferson did to encourage farming?

A.)He gave land to settlers in exchange for harvested crops.

B.)He cut taxes and encouraged colonists to settle in the east.

C.)He cut military expenses and reduced the government's debt.

D.)He cut prices on public lands and offered credit for land purchases.

D?

7.)Why was the repeal of the judiciary the act of 1801 significant

A.)It made crimes related to slavery enforceable by law

B.)In the early 1800's what the usual reason for working class children to be separated from their family?

C.)It was the first decision by the nation's supreme Court

D.)It was the 1st time Court overruled congress

b?

8.)In the early 1800s, what was the usual reason for working class children to be separated from their family?

A.)being captured

B.)going to school

C.)going overseas

D.)being indentured

D?

9.)Though life in the late 1700's was completely different for most white women & slaves, what one thing did they typically have in common?

A.)Not being able to travel
B.)Not being able to read & write
C.)Not Being Allowed free time to relax
D.)Not being able to care for themselves

C?

10.)Which of the following best describes a typical day for a child during years 1763 to 1841?

A.) attending school; helping the family business
B.) not attending school; having only a few chores
C.) not attending school; helping on the family farm
D.) attending boarding school; separated from parents

C?

11.)which statement best describes the main source of conflict Florida during the late 1700's?

A.) The Americans battled the British for control of Florida.
V.) The Seminoles battled the Spanish for control of Florida.
C.) The British and the Spanish fought the Americans for control of Florida.
D.) Native Americans, British, Spanish, and Americans all fought for control of Florida.

C?

12.)What did Native Americans and runaway slaves have in common?

A.)A few of them had their land stolen by settlers.

B.)Most of them died from the yellow fever in 1804.

C.)Some of them ran to Florida in search of freedom.

D.)Many were credited with saving the lives of American soldiers.

C?

13.)Why were americans in the East & North less eager for war than Americans in the south and west?

A.)Americans in the east and North were less patriotic
B.)Americans in the South & West feared an end to slavery
C.)Americans in the East and North depended more on british trade
D.)Americans in the South and West relied more on british shipping routes

14.)Which of the following best shows the difference the battle of the thames and the battle of the new orleans

A.) The Americans won the Battle of the Thames but lost the Battle of New Orleans.
B.) The Americans lost the Battle of the Thames but won the Battle of New Orleans.
C.) Native Americans fought as enemies against the United States in the Battle of the Thames but as allies in the Battle of New Orleans.
D.) The British had a victory after the Battle of New Orleans but suffered a loss after the Battle of the Thames.

A?

15.)Who led the haitian rebellion against France?

A.)Toussiant L' Ouverture
B.)Thomas Jefferson
C.)Napoleon Bonaparte
D.)Santo Domingo

16.)Why did jefferson want to purchase New Orleans?

A.)He knows the French needed funds for their revolution**

B.)Control of the port city would be vital for the U.S. economy

C.)He wanted to prevent James Monroe from purchasing the city

D.)He believed toussaint L'Ouverture needed the support his perform goals

17.)Which answer best defines the civic virtue "Individual Rights"?

A.)Individuals rights means something is beneficial right"?

B.)Individual rights include protection of life, health ,liberty , and property

C.)Individual right means to argue a point based on fact and respect other's views.

D.)Individual right means respects for a variety of opinions, culture, and religious beliefs

18.)Which is the best example of how people practice civic virtue today?

A.)Allowing youthful offenders a second chance

B.)Giving immigrants a way to better themselves

C.)Participating in charity events that benefit our community

D.)Voting and changing governments peacefully after an election

A?

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  1. I checked the first four and they are right. You didn't answer number 5.

    If no one else checks your other questions, I'll be back later to check a few more.

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  2. 6. yes
    7. no
    8. yes
    9. yes
    10. yes

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  3. 11, I don't know.
    12. yes
    13. your answer?
    14. no
    15. your answer?

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  4. Your 12th question is correct

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  5. number 2 was wrong I did my test and I got it wrong ':(

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  6. and what was number 4

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  7. #@%$#@#!!$@&&&@#&%@#&&&$$%%%%%$#@!@@@!@#!#%@#1

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  8. #2 is right

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