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1. During the election of 1824, which candidate won the popular vote and which candidate won the presidency?

A. Andrew Jackson; John Quincy Adams****
B. Andrew Jackson; Andrew Jackson
C. John Quincy Adam; John Quincy Adams
D. John Quincy Adams; Henry Clay
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2. Some southerners wanted to break away from the United States, or to_________

A. Nullify
B. Caucus
C. Secede*****
D. Expand
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3. Why was the nation's sixth president chosen by the House of Representatives?

A. Because no candidate won a majority of the elector votes****
B. Because in the early Republic, that is the way the president was chosen
C. Because the two candidates with the most votes were both from the same political party
D. Because of the threat of secession by the South at that time
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4. How did Jackson's presidency influence the size of the American electorate?

A. The American electorate decreased during Jackson's presidency due to the threat of secession by slave states.
B. The American electorate decreased during Jackson's presidency because of the spoils system.
C. The American electorate increased during Jackson's presidency because many states expanded access to the vote following the spirit of equality he championed.*********
D. The American electorate increased during Jackson's presidency because Congress passed a law making property requirements of voting illegal.
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MY ANSWERS
1. A
2. C
3. A
4. C

Thank You!

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  1. Yes these are the correct answers. I just took the test got a 100%

    posted by Helper
  2. Ok Thanks your wright all of them are correct

    posted by Please Help
  3. Correct on all four!

    posted by Reed
  4. Yup thx guys!

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