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The Fate of Liberty Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

Mark E. Neely, Jr.
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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles confide in his diary?



2. Whom does Lincoln turn to for advice when Baltimore mobs burn railroad bridges?



3. Who intervenes on John Eitel's behalf?



4. What are the most common reasons for civilian arrest between 1863 and 1864?



5. Who is nicknamed the "Beast of New Orleans"?



Short Essay Questions

1. Describe Abraham Lincoln.



2. How does the USS Niphon capture the Ella and Annie?



3. How do Union officials react to reports of torture from prisoners of war?



4. Why is the Union careful to not offend Great Britain?



5. Why is Edmund J. Ellis banished from Missouri?



6. Who is Wes Bogan?



7. Why does Andrew D. Duff predict that President Lincoln will not allow voting in November of 1864?



8. According to the laws of war, what happens to neutral crewmen when a neutral ship is confiscated?



9. How are pamphlets used by Democrats during the Civil War?



10. How is the press used by the Confederate supporters in 1864 to create panic in New York?



Essay Topics

Discuss the purpose and implementation of the Militia Act of 1862. How do a majority of Northern citizens react to the Act? What reasons are commonly given for draft evasion? How does the Union Army balance the retrieval of draft dodgers and deserters with the protection of commerce?

Describe how the Confederacy uses guerilla tactics during the Civil War. How does the Union Army react to these tactics? What legal restrictions prevent the Union Army from combating some of the Confederate's guerilla tactics?

Why does Lincoln feel it necessary to suspend the writ of habeas corpus? What are the positive and negative affects of the writ's suspension? According to historians, how might the precedents set by the suspension of the writ affect the future of American warfare policy?

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