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1 a. It established the principle of separation of church and state. b. It provided a basis for self-government in the Plymouth Colony. c. It defined colonial relations with local Native Americans. d. It outlawed slavery in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

2 Which of these events is in the correct order in which they occurred? (3a) a. Start of the Virginia House of Burgesses > Magna Carta > Great Awakening > Fundamental Orders of Connecticut b. Magna Carta > Fundamental Orders of Connecticut > Great Awakening > start of the Virginia House of Burgesses c. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut > Great Awakening > Magna Carta > start of the Virginia House of Burgesses d. Magna Carta > start of the Virginia House of Burgesses > Fundamental Orders of Connecticut> Great Awakening

3 a. protect the rights of individuals. b. provide strong military leadership. c. protect a nation from foreign invasions. d. ensure the stability of a country’s economy. According to the Declaration of Independence, the main purpose of government is to (4c)

4 Which grievance in the Declaration of Independence was later addressed by the U.S. Constitution? (15c) a. providing that all taxes must be approved by Congress b. creating a process for the admission of new states c. enacting a law to allow the President to declare war d. appointing federal judges for a limited term of office

5 The principle of federalism deals with the division of power between (15d) a. President and Congress. b. Senate and House of Representatives. c. national and state governments. d. three branches of federal government.

6 What advice did President George Washington give to the nation in his Farewell Address in 1796? (5e) a. ask for Great Britain to take the U.S. back b. stay clear of foreign alliances and avoid political parties c. choose a king d. get involved in the matters of foreign countries

7 Early in the nineteenth century, supporters of high protective tariffs believed they would strengthen the American economy by (5b) a. Promoting free trade. b. Limiting industrial jobs. c. Encouraging American manufacturing. d. Expanding global interdependence.

8 Use the passage and your knowledge to answer the following question. “I see nothing wrong in the maxim that to the victor belong the spoils.” - William L. Marcy Under such a system, President Andrew Jackson sought to - (5f) a. limit the term of office of the Presidency. b. Extend the charter for the national bank. c. Replace existing officeholders with members of his own party. d. Stop one branch of government from becoming too powerful.

9 What was the primary goal of President Andrew Jackson’s policy toward the Cherokee Indians? (5g) a. To improve their education b. To force them to move west of the Mississippi River c. To encourage them to take a fuller role in American society d. To establish a program to grant them U.S. citizenship

10 Use the chart and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN POLITICAL PARTIES FederalistsDemocratic-Republicans Sought a strong national government Sought stronger state governments Favored manufacturers and merchants Favored self-sufficient farmers Loose construction of the Constitution Strict construction of the Constitution Supported a national bank Opposed a national bank What conclusion can best be drawn from the information above? (5c) a.Political parties usually agree on most issues. b.The Federalists opposed most tariffs. c.The Democratic-Republicans favored a strong national bank. d.Political parties often have differing visions of the nation’s future.

11 Which of the following contributed to the growth of representative government in the original thirteen colonies? 3a a.Parliamentary support of colonial legislatures b.Intervention of the British monarchy c.Political support of royal governors d.British neglect of colonial affairs

12 Religious oppression in England and the colonization of New England is an example of which of the following concepts? 2a a.Migration and democracy b.Conflict and change c.Sectionalism and migration d.Migration and reform

13 Which of the following eras in the United States history was set apart by such individuals as Patrick Henry, Paul Revere, Ethan Allen, and Samuel Adams who sought to create an independent American society? 1a a.Westward Expansion b.Reconstruction c.Revolutionary d.Civil War

14 Which acts were passed during the Colonial Era? 1a a.Sugar Act, Navigation Act, Alien and Sedition Acts b.Coercive Acts, Navigation Acts, Townshend Acts c.Alien and Sedition Acts, Coercive Acts, Embargo Act d.Townshend Acts, Embargo Act, Sugar Act

15 In the early 1800’s, the United States doubled its size as a result of the 1a a.Treaty of Paris b.Peace of Ghent c.Gadsden Purchase d.Louisiana Purchase


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