8.)Andrew Jackson was a supporter of which of the following? A.)Abolition of slavery B.)Limited federal government*** C.)Implied powers of the Supreme Court D.)Preservation of Native American land B? 9.)Which answer best describes an important outcome of the Gibbons v. Ogden

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  1. ss

    1. Which of the following might a limited government be more likely to do than an unlimited government? A. build and maintain public roads B. protect citizens from attack C. operate public schools D. let citizens speak freely and protest 2. Which of the

  2. Social Studies

    Which of the following statements best describes a federal system of government? Independent states form an alliance and give up clearly defined and limited powers to a national government. The national government holds all power, creating and abolishing

  3. Social studies!!

    1.) which of the following were basic principles of the know-nothing party? A) anti-immigrant, anti-catholic B) less federal government regulation, no abolition C) support women's rights, prison reform ****** D) Spread the second great awakening, encourage

  4. Government

    1. "A peice of coastal land, and surrounding fishing areas, has been occupied by a fishing society for centuries. This society does not have any government, or knowledge that any larger government rules over them" Do political scientists consider the

  5. History

    Use the passage to answer the question. from Andrew Jackson's Message to Congress "On Indian Removal" “It will separate the Indians from immediate contact with settlements of whites . . . and perhaps cause them gradually, under the protection of the

  6. English

    A student is writing an essay on the presidency of Andrew Jackson. Which sentence would function as a coherent thesis statement? A. Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States and the first who did not come from the aristocracy. B. Andrew

  7. Social Studies

    What was the unanswered question of the Nullification Crisis A). does the federal government have absolute power to place traffic as goods? B). does the state have the right to mullfiy other states laws? C). Does the fedrl government or do the states have

  8. The New Deal's Legacy Quiz

    How did the role of the federal government change during the New Deal? A. The power given to state government's exceeded national power. B. The government accepted accountability for the nation's economic stability. C. The federal government decreased

  9. Government

    1. How is the I.S. constitutional government designed? Select 2 that apply. - The Judicial System is controlled by the legislature - the three branches of government can check and balance each other - Powers not given to the federal government are reserved

  10. History

    8.)Andrew Jackson was a supporter of which of the following? A.)Abolition of slavery B.)Limited federal government*** C.)Implied powers of the Supreme Court D.)Preservation of Native American land B? 9.)Which answer best describes an important outcome of

  11. history

    Can someone please help me? :) 1. Which of the following best describes the beliefs of Andrew Jackson? (1 point) States’ rights should be exercised over federal law. Federal funds should be kept in a national bank. The nation should have a strong federal

  12. History

    Which answer best describes Andrew Jackson's view of a national bank? A)Jackson felt that a national bank should be more tightly regulated by the government. B)Jackson felt that a national bank was well within the rights of the federal government to

  13. History

    How did the case McCulloch v. Maryland cement the power of the federal government? The ruling stated the Constitution had established the right of the federal government to coin money in each state. The ruling clarified the balance of power between the

  14. American Constitutional Law

    Which of the following best describes the relationship between the federal government and state militias? A. The militias are independent state entities over which the federal government has no authority. B. The militias are federal entities over which the

  15. Texas History

    Check my answers? Which of the following shows the influence of the U.S. Constitution on the Texas Constitution? A. the executive branch has the most power B. existence of a bill of rights ** C. provisions promoting legislative over judicial power D.

  16. English

    Read the excerpt from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. I was eager to hear any one speak of slavery. I was a ready listener. Every little while, I could hear something about the abolitionists. It was some time before I found what the word

  17. AG

    1. The framers included the supremacy clause in the constitution for the purpose of a. giving the federal government complete authority over all actions of state governments. ******* b. making the individual stte governments more powerful thank the federal

  18. SOCIAL STUDIES CHECK ANSWER

    In what way did the Alien and Sedition Acts change the authority of the federal government? A. The acts limited the amount of power delegated to each branch of government. B. The acts redefined the powers of the legislative branch C.The acts clarified the

  19. History

    1.Which answer best describes a reason why industries flourished in New England? A- The people in New England had more work experience. B- New England had more lakes to use for water in factories. C- The soil was better than in the South so they could grow

  20. Social Studies

    1.What was the initial purpose of the constitutional conversation A. To write the constitution B. To Amend the constitution C.to amend the articles of confederation D. To ratify the constitution My answer C 2. What fundamental problem did Noah Webster see

  21. english

    What reason is given for the lack of progress made after the Seneca Falls Convention? A)The Seneca Falls Declaration was not persuasive enough. B)The abolition movement consumed all of the nation's attention. C)Women across the country did not support the

  22. History

    What effect did the Fugitive Slave Act have? Select all that apply. A. It convinced Northerners that slavery was immoral. B. It convinced Southerners that Northerners would help return slaves. C. It convinced slaves that they were free to travel to the

  23. History

    How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies? Jackson refused to support laws that would set up a national bank. Jackson supported a strong central government to enforce federal laws. Jackson thought states should not use federal

  24. History

    Why was it necessary to apply the federal bill of rights to the states with the 14th amendment? A: to establish civil rights for visible minorities B: to prevent states from continuing the practice of slavery *!*!*! C: to give the federal government the

  25. united staes history

    what generalization can you make about the abolition of slavery in the north?

  26. US History

    Why did Thomas Paine’s Common Sense inspire colonists? A. Paine listed ways to defeat British troops. B. Paine suggested creating a colonial House of Lords in Congress. C. Paine supported a gradual move toward independence from Britain. D. Paine talked

  27. Social studies

    I couldn't find the answer i needed.... This is for Social Studies Unit 2 Lesson 1 Test.. 1. What affect did the Fugitive Slave Act have? Select all that apply. A. it convinced Northerners that slavery was immoral B. it convinced Southerners that

  28. Social Studies

    1. What were Andrew Jackson's hopes and dreams for the future? 2. How did Andrew Jackson work to change the United States? 3. How did Andrew Jackson react to key events happening in the United States? 4. Were there any key events in Andrew Jackson's life

  29. History

    ***= my answers 1.) Shared government power between the states and federal government is known as Limited government Popular sovereignty Federalism*** None of the above. 2.) The government has only as much authority as the people give it is known as

  30. Social studies please check my answers!!!

    How was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners.•• B. The FOC limited the governor's

  31. Social studies

    what was andrew jackson's response to worcester v georgia? Why was jackson being unconstitutional in his response

  32. History

    How does Andrew Jackson view the federal government? What did he believe in terms of personal freedoms? I was confused finding the answer to this question, i thought he was against it or something ? A website with summaries would be great. Thanks :)

  33. History

    Four major candidates ran in the 1824 election, all under the "Democratic-Republican" name. One of the candidates, Andrew Jackson, was already famous. In the 1780s, he earned the right to practice law and served in various offices of the state government,

  34. Government

    Which of the following BEST describes the interpretation of the balance of power between the states and the federal government as laid out in the McCulloch v. Maryland decision? A. States may not seek to influence federal office holders. B. States may not

  35. civics

    Which of the following is true about the US Federal government's ability to borrow money? A. Elected elected officials in the federal government can prove to voters that they are responsible by paying back government debts on time. B. The constitution

  36. US History

    38. Jackson defended the spoils system by claiming that it prevented a. partisan politics b. control of government by the rich c. minority rule d. an imbalance of power ...D? 39. The goal of the Lecompton constitution was to a. establish slavery in Kansas

  37. Economics

    The public debt is the amount of money that A. Americans owe to foreigners. B. state and local governments owe to the federal government. C. the federal government owes to holders of U.S. securities. D. the federal government owes to taxpayers. I chose C

  38. u.s. history

    Was the central government able to accomplish much under the articles of confederation? No, limited functions of federal gov. Is this correct ? Are federal gov and central gov pretty much the same thing?

  39. SOCIAL STUDIES CHECK ANSWER

    In what way did the Alien and Sedition Acts change the authority of the federal government? A. The acts limited the amount of power delegated to each branch of government. B. The acts redefined the powers of the legislative branch C.The acts clarified the

  40. history

    “The Constitution of the United States was formed by the sanction of the States, given by each in its sovereign capacity….The States, then… in their sovereign capacity, it follows of necessity that there can be no tribunal above their authority…”

  41. English (Comprehension)

    Good morning! I'm having difficulty with this question on my practice sheet, and I wanted a second-hand opinion, any help is appreciated. Read this excerpt: One-eighth of the whole population were colored slaves, not distributed generally over the Union,

  42. History (8)

    Unit 2 : The Civil War Lesson 1 : Conflicts and Compromises 1. What effect did the Fugitive Slave Act have? Select all that apply. ***A. It convinced Northerners that slavery was immoral. ***B. It convinced Southerners that Northerners would help return

  43. History

    Why was Andrew Jackson considered a "common man" political wise, not how he lived. I mean what three or two events and decisions did Jackson do during his presidency that made him the citizen president?

  44. Social studies

    In what way did the Alien and Sedition Acts change the authority of the federal government? A. The acts limited the amount of power delegated to each branch of government. B. The acts redefined the powers of the legislative branch C.The acts clarified the

  45. History

    2.)Andrew Jackson did not support a. limited national government b. spreading of slavery to the frontier c. federal funds for internal improvements d. a strict interpretation of the U.S. Constituti c

  46. history

    How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies? He refused to support laws that would set up a national bank. Jackson supported a strong central government to enforce federal laws. He thought states should not use federal government

  47. history

    Andrew Jackson’s reaction to the decision in Worcester v. Georgia indicates that Jackson defended federal power

  48. US History

    Why did Thomas Paine’s Common Sense inspire colonists? A. Paine listed ways to defeat British troops. B. Paine suggested creating a colonial House of Lords in Congress. C. Paine supported a gradual move toward independence from Britain. D. Paine talked

  49. U.S History

    Case Study: General Andrew Jackson: Andrew Jackson's military career spanned several wars including the American Revolution, the Creek War, the War of 1812, and the First Seminole War. After the Creek War, Jackson and the Creek Indians signed the Treaty of

  50. history

    How did the question of slavery cause growing tensions before the Civil War? (Choose all that apply.) (3 points) A. Northern states were beginning to see the value of slavery.*** B. Slave states did not want to give up their way of life. C. The annexation

  51. Government

    Under the federal system, some powers are shared by the state and national governments, while others are limited to either the national government or the states. Which of the following powers are limited to the state government? Select all that apply. * A.

  52. Social Studies

    1)What is the difference between a federal form of government in a confederal form of government? a. A federal government is democratic, while a confederal government is dictatorial. b. A federal government has a constitution while a confederal government

  53. Social studies

    Four major candidates ran in the 1824 election, all under the "Democratic-Republican" name. One of the candidates, Andrew Jackson, was already famous. In the 1780s, he earned the right to practice law and served in various offices of the state government,

  54. History

    Who was Anne Hutchinson? The first woman sent to prison for speaking out against the government The first female minister and a devoted supporter of religious freedom for all A founding member of the Quaker community and wife of leader, William A supporter

  55. Social studies

    4. How was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners.•• B. The FOC limited the governor's

  56. History

    Which of the following were basic principles of the Know-Nothing Party? A. anti-immigrant, anti-Catholic B. less federal government regulation, no abolition C. support women's rights, prison reform D. spread the Second Great Awakening, encourage

  57. civics

    Which statement regarding the impact of the federal government's budget on the personal budgets of citizens is true for the greatest number of citizens? A. The federal government's budget does not impact peoples' personal budgets. B. The federal

  58. U.S.History

    Andrew carnegie argued that the success of wealthy industrialists a. helped the entire nation b. should be limited by the government c. was illegal according to the Sherman Antitrust Act d. had no effect on average Americans :)

  59. Social Studies

    I need help understanding Federalist #46. I have to do a brief summary of it? One of the major controversies about the Constitution was the power given to individual states versus power of the federal government. Federalist Paper # 46 stresses that the

  60. History

    Excerpt taken from The Historic Rise of Old Hickory by Suzanne B. Williams Four major candidates ran in the 1824 election, all under the "Democratic-Republican" name. One of the candidates, Andrew Jackson, was already famous. In the 1780s, he earned the

  61. History

    Case Study: General Andrew Jackson: Andrew Jackson's military career spanned several wars including the American Revolution, the Creek War, the War of 1812, and the First Seminole War. After the Creek War, Jackson and the Creek Indians signed the Treaty of

  62. American Constitution Law

    Which of the following best describes the relationship between the federal government and state militias? A. The militias are independent state entities over which the federal government has no authority. B. The militias are federal entities over which the

  63. US History

    In explaining why the nullification of the 1828 Tariff of Abominations was justified, John C. Calhoun contended that a. the people had ratified the Constitution and, therefore, could decide on the constitutionality of a federal law. b. the states were

  64. math

    4. Why did President Lincoln support the abolition of slavery? A. He thought that it would help the North win the war. B. He thought slavery gave too much power to the South. C. He thought that the South would surrender if slavery were abolished. D. He

  65. History

    Hi can you guys check my answers? 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

  66. history

    What is the significance of the bank war and why did it and justify the two-party system? my reponse for part a is Jackson was a democrat and he advocated for the small farmers, planters and workers. The Bank was in the best interests of the Businessmen

  67. Social studies

    how was the government outlined in the fundamental orders of connecticut (FOC) different from the government in massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners B. The FOC limited the governor's power which

  68. Government

    As of the date of ratification, the U.S. Constitution established: A. representative democracy and limited government. B. representative democracy, universal suffrage, and limited government. C. limited government. D. representative democracy. E. universal

  69. Social Studies

    . (06.05 MC) How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies? (5 points) Jackson refused to support laws that would set up a national bank. Jackson supported a strong central government to enforce federal laws. Jackson thought states

  70. us history

    How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies? He refused to support laws that would set up a national bank. Jackson supported a strong central government to enforce federal laws. He thought states should not use federal government

  71. History-Ms.Sue

    Can you please explain to me what this means. All I got out of it was that Jackson favored a federal government with limited powers. But how does that connect to what strict constructionism is? Strict Constructionism Like the Jeffersonians who strongly

  72. social studies

    Andrew Jackson believed that the US needed to a. create a totally egalitarian society b. challenge the power of the eastern elites c. put an end to the existence of slavery d, strengthen the power of the federal government. i remember reading that jackson

  73. history

    hello, I have a general question. What was Andrew Jackson's political views? Did he believe in stronger central government or the state government? Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "Andrew Jackson views" to get

  74. Social Studies

    Mrs. Sue can you help? What was Andrew Jackson's views on slavery? Thank you in advance.

  75. History

    Four major candidates ran in the 1824 election, all under the "Democratic-Republican" name. One of the candidates, Andrew Jackson, was already famous. In the 1780s, he earned the right to practice law and served in various offices of the state government,

  76. American History

    1. Andrew Jackson exerted the power of the presidency by a. allowing South Carolina to secede from the Union. b. depositing federal funds in the National Bank. c. refusing to be bound by Supreme Court decisions. d. vetoing the Force Act of 1833. 2. The

  77. History!

    I think we can all agree on the fact that Andrew Jackson was one of the most amazingly awesome individuals who ever graced the pages of an American history textbook, for good or ill. Imagine that you’ve been able to invent a time-machine (I know, I know,

  78. cultural diversity

    Read the material carefully including quotations on slavery from each president, and write a 3-5 page paper double-spaced answering the following questions 1. Did you already know how many slaves the presidents held? 2. Were you surprised by any of the

  79. USA PoliScience

    The presidency has been a consistently activist office since the administration of a. Andrew Jackson. b. Abraham Lincoln. c. U.S. Grant. d. Franklin Roosevelt. e. Richard Nixon. I know for sure it is not Andrew Jackson .. My guess would be.. Roosevelt ?

  80. History

    5.)why would americans free states want slaves state to remain part of the united states as opposed to just letting them leave the union? A.)Federal trade laws, unequal taxation, and slavery B.)Cotton processing, the slave trade, and the federal banking

  81. History

    How did the Indians flight against Andrew Jackson and the government

  82. cultural diversity

    1. Did you already know how many slaves the presidents held? 2. Were you surprised by any of the information you read? 3. Why isn't this information more widely known and taught? 4. How does prejudice influence the historical record? 5. Is it fair to judge

  83. American Govt.

    Identify three (3) ways that you are impacted by your state or local government. What are some services provided by these levels of government? Why doesn't the federal government take on more of this role? Your essay should mention the principles of

  84. social studies

    Identify three (3) ways that you are impacted by your state or local government. What are some services provided by these levels of government? Why doesn't the federal government take on more of this role? Your essay should mention the principles of

  85. ss

    During the election of 1824, which candidate won the popular vote and which candidate won the presidency? Andrew Jackson; John Quincy Adams Andrew Jackson; Andrew Jackson John Quincy Adams; John Quincy Adams John Quincy Adams; Henry Clay

  86. Social Studies--Check My Answers Please--

    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 Adams; John Quincy Adams d.) John Quincy Adams;

  87. american hist

    who is king andrew? http://www.google.com/search?q=king+andrew&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7 Sardonically referring to Andrew Jackson?? ?? yea...i think so thankyou

  88. history help

    Four major candidates ran in the 1824 election, all under the "Democratic-Republican" name. One of the candidates, Andrew Jackson, was already famous. In the 1780s, he earned the right to practice law and served in various offices of the state government,

  89. history review sheet questions

    What was the main result of the invention of the Clermont in 1807 How did the use of factory machines change life in America? Industries flourished in New England because of the access to ____________________ like coal and iron was better than in the

  90. Social Studies

    I am doing this project where I have to write a dialogue where Andrew Jackson and Henry Clay are talking about there hopes and dreams for the future. Except when I look it up online, I get the same answers. I have done a lot of research, but can't figure

  91. Social Studies

    I'm not so sure about the answers to these questions. Could you check my answers please? Thanks. Who led the federal troops that forced the Cherokee west on the trail of tears? -Andrew Jackson -Winfield Scott -William Henry Harrison** -Oliver Hazard Perry

  92. soc. stud. --- check my work pls!!!

    hi, can someone check my work asap!?? 1. During the election of 1824, which candidate won the popular vote and which candidate won the presidency? (1 point) Andrew Jackson; John Quincy Adams*** Andrew Jackson; Andrew Jackson John Quincy Adams; John Quincy

  93. History

    Can you please explain to me what this means. This is what I think that it means. Jackson did not agree with states having any right to nullify a federal law. An ordiance was passed by the people of South Carolina because they felt that the Tariffs of 1828

  94. goverment

    The basic tool in fiscal federalism is (Points : 1) the federal government’s power of the purse. the federal government’s ability to raise armies. the federal government’s ability to sue states. the Interstate Commerce Clause.

  95. Social Studies

    what was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners. B. The FOC limited the governor's power

  96. Social Studies

    How was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners.•• B. The FOC limited the governor's

  97. Geography

    Which of the following were basic principles of the Know-Nothing Party? A. anti-immigrant, anti-Catholic. B. less federal government regulation, no abolition. C. support women's rights, prison reform. D. spread the Second Great Awakening, encourage

  98. social studies

    1. Define these terms: Feudalism, Guild, Holy Land, Humanism, Imperialism, Industrial Revolution, Medieval/Middle Ages and Nation. 2. Compare and Contrast a limited government to an unlimited government. Give an example of a country past or present that

  99. social studies

    What are a few early motions towards the abolition of slavery

  100. s.s.

    explian the process of slavery abolition in france.

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