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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did crusaders NOT campaign for after the economic stress of 1819?
(b) Pre-marital sex.
(d) Marital infidelity.
2. Who was Biddle?
(a) Chairman of the Federal Bank.
(b) Speaker of the House.
(c) Secretary of Defense.
(d) Republican Whip.
3. What did the Moderate Light churches begin to focus on, according to Sellers?
(a) Social issues.
(b) Economic issues.
(c) Race issues.
(d) Political issues.
4. What does Sellers say happened when northern manufacturers wanted to restrict imports with tariffs?
(a) The national economy began to fracture.
(b) The religious reforms lost steam.
(c) The nation began to knit together.
(d) Anarchic forces became more powerful.
5. Who led South Carolina in opposition to Jackson and Martin Van Buren?
(a) James Monroe.
(b) Henry Clay.
(c) John Calhoun.
(d) Sam Houston.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sellers say is the appropriate outlet for the sexual forces liberated in masturbation?
2. How did Southerners see labor, according to Sellers?
3. What happened that workers began to unionize in the north?
4. Who does Sellers say found New Light theology too radical?
5. What interaction did Jonathan Edwards and Samuel Hopkins have on the market?
Short Essay Questions
1. What balance does Sellers describe the country having struck during Jackson's administration?
2. What does Sellers say about the effects of the railroad on American culture?
3. What coalition formed to bring Jackson into power?
4. How did the Republican party change after the "democratic thrashing" in 1828?
5. What was Jonathan Edwards's role in the reformation of Christianity in America?
6. What was Andrew Jackson's relationship with the Federal Bank?
7. What forces took sides around slavery?
8. Describe the formation of Jackson's cabinet.
9. Describe the beginning of the public school movement.
10. What does Sellers say was a factor that exacerbated male sexuality in the 1820s and 30s?
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