The American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It Quiz | One Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9, Theodore Roosevelt: The Conservative as Progressive.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who won the presidential election in 1828?
(a) Henry Clay.
(b) Andrew Jackson.
(c) William Crawford.
(d) John Quincy Adams.

2. Why did Andrew Jackson want to close down the bank or force inflation?
(a) To create a new bank with his own investors.
(b) To change the method of loan assumption.
(c) To allow for the privatization of banking.
(d) To reduce the debt burden on land speculators.

3. With what movement is Wendell Phillips associated?
(a) The democratic movement.
(b) The progressive movement.
(c) The abolitionist movement.
(d) The socialist movement.

4. Which movement advocated a philosophy of natural rights and human equality?
(a) The democratic movement.
(b) The progressive movement.
(c) The abolitionist movement.
(d) The socialist movement.

5. With what movement is William Lloyd Garrison associated?
(a) The democratic movement.
(b) The socialist movement.
(c) The progressive movement.
(d) The abolitionist movement.

Short Answer Questions

1. With what famous military victory is Andrew Jackson associated?

2. According to Hofstadter, what main problem did free slaves face?

3. What did the Southwesterners want Andrew Jackson to do?

4. According to Hofstadter, how is Andrew Jackson often depicted?

5. How does Hofstadter characterize American culture in the late nineteenth century?

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