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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 the letter that Pickering gave Washington reveal?
(a) Hamilton was a traitor.
(b) Bradford was a traitor.
(c) Wolcott was a traitor.
(d) Randolph was a traitor.
2. Washington was elected by the electoral college on February 4, 1789. On what day did Washington receive formal notification of his election?
(a) March 14, 1789.
(b) April 14, 1789.
(c) May 14, 1789.
(d) February 14, 1789.
3. What was Washington's favorite "charity"?
(c) Health care.
4. What was the name of the group founded by supporters of Genet?
(a) Pennsylvania Democratic Society.
(b) Delaware Republican Society.
(c) Pennsylvanians for Genet Society.
(d) The French Democratic Society.
5. Which country did Washington believe the pamphlet "Common Sense" was influenced?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who were people personally upset with concerning the Jay Treaty?
2. Which division of American society contained rocky fields with no agricultural aristocracy?
3. Who reported to the British government that the U.S. would agree to a "watered down" neutrality?
4. Who was appointed to succeed Jefferson as Secretary of State?
5. What did Washington think would happen to the government if democratic societies continue to thrive?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was "Washington's Legacy" described in Chapter 23 "Goodbye to War"?
2. How did the public react to the ratification of the Jay Treaty?
3. Name at least four roles Washington filled as a retired general living in Mount Vernon.
4. Why didn't Washington appoint Monroe as envoy to France in 1796?
5. How did Washington visualize the economy?
6. Why would it have been difficult for Washington to call a special session of Congress?
7. Describe what the Provision Order permitted.
8. Who was Pierre Charles L'Enfant?
9. How did Washington's mother, Mary Bell Washington, feel about her son's duty to his country?
10. Describe Edmund Randolph's background and qualifications for Washington's cabinet.
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