The Age of Jackson (2)

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1 Jacksonian Democrats favored all of the following EXCEPT?:
rotation in office.
universal suffrage for white males.
the caucus system of nominating candidates.
rewarding political supporters with government jobs.
presidential electors being chosen by popular vote.

2 Which of the following describes the policy adopted during the 1820s and 1830s as a permanent solution to the Native American problem?:
the removal of Native Americans to lands west of the Mississippi.
the payment of Native Americans to migrate to Canada.
the establishment of reservations in various sections of the country.
the forced migration of Native Americans to territories owned by Mexico.
the assimilation of Native Americans by breaking up tribes and granting American citizenship to individual members.

3 Andrew Jackson's view of the presidency emphasized?:
strong Cabinet leadership.
strengthening the power of the state.
support for the nullification doctrine.
congressional partisan leadership.
leadership by the executive branch in the interests of the people.

4 John C. Calhoun advocated nullification of a federal law in 1828, and again in 1832 to?:
please President Jackson.
defeat the re-charting of the Bank of the United States.
avoid secession.
promote the formation of the Confederate States of America.

5 All of the following reflect the views of Americans expressed by Alexis de Tocqueville and other early 19c European visitors EXCEPT?:
daily life in America was highly politicized.
Americans exhibited a strong sense of national pride.
Americans were highly individualistic.
Americans exhibited a strong sense of social deference.
Americans valued personal freedom.

6 In the early 19c, which section of the country tended to oppose tariffs?:
the South.
New England.
the West.
the Middle Atlantic.

7 Andrew Jackson's remark, John Marshall has made his decision; now let him enforce it, refers to the president's intention to?:
destroy the National Bank despite the Supreme Court ruling upholding its constitutionality.
use force, if necessary, to make South Carolina obey federal law that South Carolina thought was unconstitutional.
move the Cherokees west of the Mississippi River regardless of Supreme Court rulings.
disregard Chief Justice Marshall's ruling in Gibbons v. Ogden.

8 The major issue in Jackson's campaign for re-election in 1832 was the?:
stationing of federal troops in South Carolina.
Second Bank of the United States.
gag rule.
Maysville Road veto.
the spoils system.

9 In the 1830s and 1840s, the primary difference between Whigs and the Democrats was that?:
the Whigs favored economic expansion while the Democrats favored a stable but retracted economy.
the Democrats favored the abolition of slavery while the Whigs favored retention of the current system of slavery allowed in the Southern states, but no further expansion of slavery north of the Mason-Dixon line.
the Whigs favored an expanded, activist federal government while the Democrats favored a limited non-interventionist federal government.
the Democrats were strongly supported by evangelical Christians and supported a wide range of moral reforms while the Whigs were supported by Westerners who favored individual choice over morally based restrictions on behavior.
the Whigs favored limitations on westward expansion while the Democrats favored the concept of Manifest Destiny and expansion to the Pacific Ocean.

10 In the case of Worcester v. Georgia, the Supreme Court?:
ruled that the Cherokees had "an unquestionable right" to their lands.
ordered the Cherokees to vacate their lands east of the Mississippi River.
prohibited the intermarriage of Indians and whites.
ordered the state of Georgia to enforce Indian voting rights.