Hwf #13 Chapter 13: Rise of Mass/Jacksonian Democracy



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HWF #13 Chapter 13: Rise of Mass/Jacksonian Democracy


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___ 1.

Indian Territory



___ 2.

Everglades



___ 3.

Texas



___ 4.

Alamo



___ 5.

Goliad



___ 6.

San Jacinto

Define and give the page number of the following without using the term or any form of the word(s):




7.

Annexation (page ______)



8.

“favorite son” (page ______)



9.

common man(page ______)



10.

nullification(page ______)



11.

spoils system(page ______)



12.

speculation(page ______)


13.

Tariff of Abominations(page ______)



___ 14.

In the 1820s and 1830s one issue that greatly raised the political stakes was

A)

economic prosperity. D) the demise of the Whig Party

B)

the Peggy Eaton affair. E) slavery

C)

a lessening of political party organizations.

___ 15.

Match each individual below with the correct description.

A. Andrew Jackson

1. was vice president on the ticket of two presidential candidates in 1824

B. Henry Clay

2. received more popular votes than any other candidate in 1824

C. John C. Calhoun

3. was eliminated as a candidate when the election of 1824 was thrown into the House of Representatives

D. William Crawford







A)

A-2, B-3, C-1

D)

A-3, C-2, D-1

B)

A-2, B-1, D-3

E)

A-1, B-2, D-3

C)

B-1, C-3, D-2







___ 16.

John Quincy Adams, elected president in 1825, was charged by his political opponents with having struck a “corrupt bargain” when he appointed ________ to become__________ .

A)

John C. Calhoun, vice president D) Daniel Webster, secretary of state

B)

William Crawford, chief justice of the United States E) John Eaton, secretary of the navy

C)

Henry Clay, secretary of state

___ 17.

John Quincy Adams's weaknesses as president included all of the following except

A)

a deep nationalistic view. D) his sarcastic personality

B)

only one-third of the voters voted for him. E) he was tactless

C)

his firing good office holders to appoint his own people.

___ 18.

Andrew Jackson's political philosophy was based on his

A)

support of a strong central government. D) opposition to the old Antifederalists ideals

B)

advocacy of the American System. E) family’s economic status

C)

suspicion of the federal government.

___ 19.

Andrew Jackson's inauguration as president symbolized the

A)

return of Jeffersonian simplicity.

B)

newly won ascendancy of the masses.

C)

supremacy of states' rights over federal power.

D)

involvement of state governments in the economy.

E)

act of style over substance.

___ 20.

Southerners feared the Tariff of 1828 because

A)

it would hurt their manufacturing sector.

B)

this same power could be used to suppress slavery.

C)

it might hurt Andrew Jackson's political career.

D)

they were convinced that it would destroy the American woolen industry.

E)

it could damage the chances of the American System's success.

___ 21.

The Force Bill of 1833 provided that

A)

the Congress could use the military for Indian removal.

B)

the Congress would employ the navy to stop smuggling.

C)

the President could use the army to collect excise taxes.

D)

the military could force citizens to track down runaway slaves.

E)

the President could use the army and navy to collect federal tariff duties.

___ 22.

Andrew Jackson's administration supported the removal of Native Americans from the eastern states because

A)

the Indians assimilated too easily into white society.

B)

the Supreme Court ruled in favor of this policy.

C)

whites wanted the Indians' lands.

D)

Georgia and Florida tried to protect the Indians and their lands.

E)

they continued their attacks on white settlements.

___ 23.

In an effort to assimilate themselves into white society, the Cherokees did all of the following except

A)

adopt a system of settled agriculture.

D)

refuse to own slaves.

B)

develop a written constitution.

E)

develop a notion of private property.

C)

become cotton planters.







___ 24.

Andrew Jackson made all of the following charges against the Bank of the United States except that

A)

the bank was anti-western.

B)

it was controlled by an elite moneyed aristocracy.

C)

the bank was autocratic and tyrannical.

D)

it refused to lend money to politicians.

E)

profit, not public service, was its first priority.

___ 25.

The Anti-Masonic party of 1832 appealed to

A)

the supporters of Andrew Jackson.

B)

American suspicions of secret societies.

C)

those who wished to keep the government from meddling in social and economic life.

D)

people opposed to the growing political power of evangelical Protestants.

E)

supporters of the American System.

___ 26.

Innovations in the election of 1832 included

A)

direct election of the president.

B)

adoption of written party platforms.

C)

election of the president by the House of Representatives.

D)

presidential nominations of “favorite sons” by state legislatures.

E)

abandonment of party conventions.

___ 27.

Supporters of the Whig party included all of the following except

A)

opponents of public education.

D)

many evangelical Protestants.

B)

backers of southern states' rights.

E)

backers of the American System.

C)

large northern industrialists.







___ 28.

The “cement” that held the Whig party together in its formative days was

A)

hatred of Andrew Jackson.

D)

the desire for a strong president.

B)

support of the American System.

E)

opposition to the tariff.

C)

opposition to the Anti-Masonic party.







___ 29.

The Panic of 1837 was caused by all of the following except

A)

rampant speculation. D) failure of the wheat crop

B)

the Bank War. E) taking the country off the gold standard

C)

financial problems abroad.

___ 30.

Texas gained its independence with

A)

help from Britain. D) the blessing of the Mexican government

B)

no outside assistance. E) help from the French

C)

help from Americans.




___ 31.

One reason for the Anglo-Texan rebellion against Mexican rule was that

A)

the Mexicans opposed slavery.

B)

the Mexican government refused to allow the “Old Three Hundred” to purchase land.

C)

the Anglo-Texans wanted to break away from a government that had grown too authoritarian.

D)

the Anglo-Texans objected to the Mexican government's execution of Stephen Austin.

E)

the Mexicans tried to establish slavery among the Americans.

___ 32.

William Henry Harrison, the Whig party's presidential candidate in 1840, was

A)

a true “common man.” D) born in a log cabin

B)

a very effective chief executive. E) the first military officer to become President

C)

made to look like a poor western farmer.

___ 33.

Both the Democratic party and the Whig party

A)

favored a renewed national bank.

B)

supported federal restraint in social and economic affairs.

C)

were mass-based political parties.

D)

clung to states' rights policies.

E)

feared the rise of the Anti-Masonic party.

Circle all correct answers in questions 34-38

34.

The presidential election of 1828 was characterized by

a. a campaign focused on such key issues as tariffs, banks, and foreign policy.

b. mudslinging tactics by both parties against the opposing candidate.

c. an unusually high voter turnout.

d. a narrow electoral victory for Andrew Jackson.

e. both sides using trees to symbolize their candidate.



35.

The South Carolina nullifying convention

a. declared the Tariff of 1832 null and void within South Carolina.

b. ordered the South Carolina state legislature to make military preparations to defend the state.

c. nullified the Force Bill passed by Congress.

d. threatened to secede from the Union if the national government tried to force the state into compliance with congressional law.

e. put the national interest above sectional interest.



36.

Following his election in 1832, President Jackson decided to

a. remove federal funds from the Bank of the United States gradually.

b. stop depositing federal funds in the Bank of the United States.

c. start depositing federal funds in several “pet” state banks.

d. revoke the charter of the Bank of the United States.

e. run for a third term in 1836.



37.

Martin Van Buren's administration was troubled by

a. his lack of personal popularity.

b. widespread scandal and corruption in the executive branch.

c. antislavery agitation against the annexation of Texas.

d. a serious economic depression.

e. the inherited enemies of former president Andrew Jackson.



38.

Stephen F. Austin's grant from the Mexican government required that immigrants whom he helped settle in Texas

a. become Mexican citizens.

b. be Roman Catholics.

c. not own slaves.

d. be willing to make their settlements self-governing.

e. serve a short time in the Mexican army.






39.

Write your definition of a great president. Then use this definition to argue that Andrew Jackson was or was not a great president giving at least three reasons for your thesis.

A great President is…


Andrew Jackson ___________ a great President because…

















Answer Key for US Chapter 13


1.

2

2.

5

3.

1

4.

8

5.

7

6.

6




7.

To assume ownership and take over as part of your own

8.

Candidate for office claimed to belong to a state and backed by the state party for office or nomination for office

9.

Ordinary working person without special privilege or rights

10.

The act of a state to refuse to enforce or recognize a federal law or order

11.

Practice of a office holder to reward his supporters with favors such as contracts or jobs

12.

Making an investment believing the value of what is purchased will rise and a big profit will be made on the money invested

13.

Tax to protect American businesses passed in 1824 increased prices for consumers and retaliation by other countries made it harder to sell American goods in other countries, thus it was hated




14.

E

15.

A

16.

C

17.

C

18.

C

19.

B

20.

B

21.

E

22.

C

23.

D

24.

D

25.

B

26.

B

27.

A

28.

A

29.

E

30.

C

31.

C

32.

C

33.

C




34.

b, c, e

35.

a, b, c, d

36.

a, b, c

37.

a, c, d, e

38.

a, b





39.




  1. Your definition of a great president.

  2. Was Jackson a great president by your definition? YES/NO

  3. Three reasons Jackson fits or doesn’t fit your definition with details for saying so

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