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US History Review. Chapters 7-12. Americans who believed in republican virtues called on women to a. take on new political and legal rights. b. work outside the home. c. become the recognized heads of families d. serve as examples of honesty and discipline.

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Us history review

US History Review

Chapters 7-12

  • The Monroe Doctrine stated that led to

  • a. European countries must give up their colonies in the Western Hemisphere.

  • b. the United States 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 Western Hemisphere was welcome.

  • How did many southern states react to the uprisings of Vessey and Turner?

  • a. They passed harsher slave laws.

  • b. They condemned slave owners who treated their slaves cruelly.

  • c. They encouraged plantation owners to begin to end slavery.

  • d. They passed laws to restrict the slave trade.

  • How did the Jacksonian Democrats differ from the National Republicans?

  • a. They opposed government interference with the economy.

  • b. They thought the federal government should control business.

  • c. They supported a high tariff on foreign goods.

  • d. They favored a national bank for the United States.

  • Abolitionists objected to the allow slavery in a territory was made byDred Scott decision because it

  • a. freed enslaved people who left the South.

  • b. strengthened the Missouri Compromise.

  • c. outlawed due process as called for by the Fifth Amendment.

  • d. meant Congress had no power to ban slavery anywhere.

  • How did the book Union in protest of theUncle Tom’s Cabin affect American society in the 1850s?

  • a. It convinced many Northerners that enslaved people were property.

  • b. It resulted in the passage of laws protecting slaves from owners who beat them.

  • c. It caused some slaveholders to allow slaves to buy their freedom.

  • d. It convinced many Northerners that slavery would ruin the nation.

  • During his 1858 senatorial election debates with Stephen Douglas, Abraham Lincoln argued that

  • a. slavery was a moral issue.

  • b. whites and African Americans should have social and political equality.

  • c. slavery should be prohibited in the South.

  • d. southern states should secede.

  • The phrase “Manifest Destiny” refers to the belief that the United States

  • a. had a right to all of the land claimed by Mexico.

  • b. had a divine mission to spread liberty across the continent.

  • c. ought to give up all claim to land between the Mississippi and the Pacific.

  • d. had a right to all of Oregon Country.

  • Sherman treated South Carolina harshly because soldiers was

  • a. it was the home state of Robert E. Lee.

  • b. his troops had been treated harshly in the state.

  • c. he wanted to force Lee to send reinforcements to the state.

  • d. it had been the first Confederate state to secede.

  • At Ford’s Theater on April 14, 1865, government?

  • a. Lincoln was shot.

  • b. Lee signed the terms of surrender.

  • c. the Civil War officially ended.

  • d. Lincoln gave his Second Inaugural Address.

  • The Freedmen’s Bureau succeeded in government?

  • a. redistributing formerly white-owned land to black southerners.

  • b. keeping ex-Confederate supporters out of office.

  • c. providing clothing, medical care, food, and education to many freed people.

  • d. electing African Americans to southern state governments.

  • Which best reflects President Lincoln’s hopes for Reconstruction?

  • a. to punish the South severely for seceding from the Union

  • b. to replace all white officials in the South with African Americans

  • c. to strengthen the North’s domination of the South

  • d. to bind the nation together and create a lasting peace