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What was the constitutional issue decided in McCulloch v. Maryland?
(Points : 1)
Whether the federal government could raise revenue for internal improvements

The extent to which states and the federal government shared jurisdiction over commerce <--

Whether slaves' manumission had to be recognized across state lines

Whether state law could infringe upon national governmental institutions that weren't specifically mentioned in the Constitution

Whether federal appeals courts could find laws to be unconstitutional

Question 2. 2. Which of the following was not a result of Marshall's tenure as Chief Justice?
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Increased importance of the Supreme Court in interpreting the Constitution

Establishing the principle of judicial review

Broadening the federal government's role in commerce

Establishing the primacy of the federal government over state governments

Establishing the constitutionality of national land purchases <---

Question 3. 3. Which of the following did not contribute to American nationalism after the War of 1812?
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The annexation of Florida

The settlement of boundary disputes with Britain

The temporary end of two-party politics

The perception that the U.S. no longer had to worry about domination by European powers <--

The federal government's funding of internal improvements

Question 4. 4. What role did the Bank of the United States play in the Panic of 1819?
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After a period of generous lending, the overextended Bank began to call in loans to state banks, which saved the Bank but worsened the economic crisis.

The Bank ended the economic crisis by issuing more paper money that wasn't backed by specie.

The Bank collapsed, which precipitated the Panic.

The Bank took over state banks and the western lands they'd held as collateral, temporarily putting a halt to the sale of public lands. <--

The Bank's charter expired in the middle of 1819, making the crisis worse.

Question 5. 5. What issues did the Missouri Compromise temporarily resolve?
(Points : 1)
The western extension of slavery and Indian land claims in unorganized territory

The balance between slave and free states in the Senate and payment for internal improvements <--

The western expansion of slavery and the balance between slave and free states in the Senate

Payment for internal improvements and tariff protection for New England industries

The rights of free Blacks in slave states and Indian land claims in unorganized territory

Question 6. 6. Which of the following areas was covered under the Missouri Compromise?
(Points : 1)



Maine <--


Question 7. 7. Which of the following was not a major political issue before 1819?
(Points : 1)
Whether to re-establish a national bank

How to pay for interstate transportation systems <--

The expansion of slavery into the territory west of Missouri

Whether to protect American manufacturing from foreign competition, and how this would be accomplished

War with the Spanish and the Seminoles in Florida

Question 8. 8. The tariff of 1816 most clearly protected the interests of:
(Points : 1)
western farmers.

Southern cotton planters.

New England ship owners.

urban artisans.

New England textile manufacturers.

Question 9. 9. The Monroe Doctrine said that:
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all European colonization in the Western hemisphere was wrong and that the U.S. would assist in Latin American wars of independence.

the U.S. was Britain's natural ally and would support her in any wars in the Americas, excluding those against France.

colonization in the Americas by European powers should cease and that American and European political and diplomatic interests were fundamentally separate.

the U.S. had a natural territorial right to extend its boundaries south and east, and that it considered European involvement in Latin America to be an act of aggression against the U.S.

the U.S. wouldn't become involved in any European conflicts unless American economic interests were threatened.

Question 10. 10. The federal government's western lands policy during Monroe's presidency:
(Points : 1)
encouraged land speculation, which helped start the Panic of 1819.

reserved the best southwestern lands for slaveholders.

restricted land purchases to those who could pay in cash.

forbade slavery in the Oregon country.

established a quota system for land sales to ensure that buyers from all states would have the same access to land.

Question 11. 11. The Marshall Court strengthened private property and contract rights in:
(Points : 1)
Marbury v. Madison.

McCulloch v. Maryland.

Gibbons v. Ogden.

Dartmouth College v. Woodward.

Fletcher v. Peck.

Question 12. 12. The development of better water and rail transportation and the subsequent increased national market for American products encouraged:
(Points : 1)
the growth of Southern manufacturing.

regional agricultural specialization.

the westward spread of tobacco agriculture.

the return of slavery to New England states to satisfy increased demand for labor.

regional agricultural diversification.

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  1. What a waste of time!

    I checked your first five answers and all are wrong!

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    Ms. Sue
  2. holy that's a lonnggg post ...erm .... could you just do it yourself cuz it seems like the first one is wrong and so just check your work

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