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CH 13 QUIZ 2.  The Kansas-Nebraska Act was introduced to  settle the slavery issue in the territories  strengthen the provisions of the Missouri Compromise.

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1 CH 13 QUIZ 2

2  The Kansas-Nebraska Act was introduced to  settle the slavery issue in the territories  strengthen the provisions of the Missouri Compromise  insure that the transcontinental railroad would benefit Illinois  satisfy the demands of abolitionists in the North

3  insure that the transcontinental railroad would benefit Illinois

4  What party became the real successor to the Whig party?  Know-Nothing party  Republican Party  Free Soil party  Constitutional Union Party

5  Republican Party

6  Proslavery forces were responsible for the  Secret Six conspiracy  raid on Harpers Ferry  Pottawatomie Massacre  sack of Lawrence

7  sack of Lawrence

8  What was the basic position of the Freeport Doctrine?  Territories have the right to choose whether slavery will be allowed  Territories can prohibit slavery by refusing to adopt laws that establish it  Slaves do not have any rights as citizens  Congress cannot forbid slavery in the territories

9  Territories can prohibit slavery by refusing to adopt laws that establish it

10  According to Lincoln, what was at the heart of his debate with Douglas?  The rights of states  the immorality of slavery  the social and political equality of blacks  the need to preserve the Union

11  the immorality of slavery

12  A) John Brown  B) James Buchanan  C) Stephen A. Douglas  D) John C. Fremont  E) Roger Taney  ___ Illinois Senator who scrapped the Missouri Compromise to benefit his state

13  C) Stephen A. Douglas

14  A) John Brown  B) James Buchanan  C) Stephen A. Douglas  D) John C. Fremont  E) Roger Taney  ___ war hero and the first Republican candidate for president

15  D) John C. Fremont

16  A) John Brown  B) James Buchanan  C) Stephen A. Douglas  D) John C. Fremont  E) Roger Taney  ___ last Democratic, pro-compromise president ( ) before the Civil War

17  B) James Buchanan

18  A) John Brown  B) James Buchanan  C) Stephen A. Douglas  D) John C. Fremont  E) Roger Taney  ___ fanatical antislavery terrorist

19  A) John Brown

20  A) John Brown  B) James Buchanan  C) Stephen A. Douglas  D) John C. Fremont  E) Roger Taney  ___ Supreme Court chief justice who denied that blacks had the rights of citizenship

21  E) Roger Taney

22  A) Andrew Brooks  B) fire-eater  C) Know-Nothing  D) Republican  E) Dred Scott  ___ Southerner who attacked a Northerner in the Senate chamber

23  A) Andrew Brooks

24  A) Andrew Brooks  B) fire-eater  C) Know-Nothing  D) Republican  E) Dred Scott  ___ former slave who was denied any rights as a citizen

25  E) Dred Scott

26  A) Andrew Brooks  B) fire-eater  C) Know-Nothing  D) Republican  E) Dred Scott  ___ radical Southerner

27  B) fire-eater

28  A) Andrew Brooks  B) fire-eater  C) Know-Nothing  D) Republican  E) Dred Scott  ___ anti-immigrant, anti-Catholic

29  C) Know-Nothing

30  A) Andrew Brooks  B) fire-eater  C) Know-Nothing  D) Republican  E) Dred Scott  ___ antislavery, pro-business

31  D) Republican

32  True/False  ___ by 1860 nearly half of all white Southerners owned slaves

33  False

34  True/False  ___ Abolitionists were primarily responsible for the violence in “Bleeding Kansas”

35  False

36  True/False  ___ Chief Justice Taney claimed the Constitution recognized free blacks as citizens

37  False

38  True/False  ___ Buchanan tried to start a war with the Mormon settlers in Utah

39  True

40  True/False  ___ Abraham Lincoln believed Congress should abolish slavery in the South

41  False


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