The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846 Quiz | One Week Quiz A

Charles Sellers
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 10, Millenial Democracy.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did South Carolina argue it could do?
(a) Determine its own tariffs.
(b) Negotiate treaties.
(c) Nullify federal laws.
(d) Keep its own army.

2. Where did reformers look for a model of how society could be?
(a) Utopian theories.
(b) The institutions that were formed in the French Revolution.
(c) New forms of radical democratic institutions.
(d) Government structures from England.

3. What did South Carolina's stance threaten, in Jackson's eyes?
(a) The Union.
(b) The army.
(c) Trade with England.
(d) Peace west of the Appalachians.

4. How did Andrew Jackson change his stance with regard to the Indian removal issue in Georgia?
(a) He allowed the military to act on its own.
(b) He insisted on the federal government's primacy.
(c) He insisted on federal coordination of policies.
(d) He backed states' rights.

5. Who were the Bucktails opposed to in New York?
(a) The democratic elites.
(b) Southern manufacturers.
(c) The federal government.
(d) The Republican establishment.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who revolted against the New York Republican power structure?

2. What does Sellers say Mormonism resulted from?

3. Where did DeWitt Clinton come from?

4. To what does Sellers attribute the rise in democratic sentiment?

5. What was John Taylor's role in the reforms of 1810?

(see the answer key)

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