please check these 4:

1. In the 1840s, the prase MANIFEST DESTINY referred to the idea that the U.S. would inevitably
a. abolish slavery
b. become the most powerful nation in the world
c. stretch across North America from the Atlantic to the Pacific
d. spread liberty throughout the world

i chose D

2. One reason for the growth of cities in the early 1800s was that
a. farmland in the West had become difficult to obtain
b. centers were needed to process and market farm products
c. farming was no longer profitable
d. working conditions had improved in northern cities

i chose D

3. The Monroe Doctrine stated that
a. European countries must give up their colonies in the Western Hemisphere
b. the U.S. was free to take sides in European wars
c. Europe must not try to control any nation in the Western Hemisphere
d. further European colonization in the Westsern Hemisphere was welcome

i chose A

4. One important result of the Mexican War was that
a. the U.S. gained control of the entire Oregon Country
b. the Rio Grande became the accepted American-Mexican border
c. Mexico and the U.S. became permanent allies
d. the Republic of Texas became an independent nation

i chose B


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  1. I think only number 4 is correct, although I'm not sure about number 2.

    Check these sites.




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  2. for the first one:
    my book says that Americans believed that the U.S. had a divine mission to spread liberty across the continent--manifest destiny. so wouldnt that make the answer D?

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  3. i'm not sure about #2. but here's what i found for #3, 4 parts to the Monrow Doctrine:
    1. The U.S. would not get involved in the internal affairs of European coutries, nor would it take sides in wars among them.
    2. the U.S. recognized the existing colonies and states in the Western Hemisphere and would not interfere with them
    3. the U.S. would not permit any further colonization of the Western Hemisphere
    4. any attempt by a European power to control any nation in the Western Hemisphere would be viewed as a hostile action toward the U.S

    so what would be the answer?

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  4. Is the continent the world?

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  5. it doesnt talk about the other three choices either

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  6. D. is not the answer to # 1. The North American continent is only one of seven continents.

    Please read the sites I posted.

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  7. #1 c
    #2 b
    #3 c
    #4 I'm leaning towards b

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