Exam Two Study Guide
Exam Two Study Guide History 1063
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Exam 2 Study Guide Lecture Five to Lecture Eight Lecture Five 1 What is the Land Ordinance of 1785 2 What is the Northwest Ordinance 3 Who did the Early US have problems with 4 What were these problems 5 What states reacted to the economic depression and how did they react 6 Why did Shay s Rebellion happen 7 What did the Great Compromise decide 8 The ThreeFifths Compromise determined what 9 Which branch checks which branch 10 What were the main differences between the Federalists and AntiFederalists Lecture Six 1 Would the new national government be strong enough to handle the domestic problems left over by the war without becoming too powerful Would the US be able to defend its independence What is the relationship between the people and the government Would political parties emerge under the new Constitution Could the US handle the arguing among the parties What kind of market did Alexander Hamilton propose How did the Report on the Public Credit bene t the nation What was Hamilton s second proposal and what did it do What were the results of Hamilton s programs and how were they bene cial 10 What was Jeffersonian Republicanism What did it stand for 11 What were some of the problems with the French Revolution 12 What did Jay s Treaty accomplish 13 How did Washington handle the Whiskey Rebellion 14 What did Washington warn the US about in his Farewell Address 15 What happened with France in Adams Administration 16 What theory came out of the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions 17 Why is this theory very important to US history 18 Why is Marbury v Madison important 19 What is the Necessary and Proper Clause 20 What party came about at the beginning of the War of 1812 JUN 900 21 22 What caused the death of the Federalists What treaty ended the War of 1812 And what did the US receive Lecture Seven 1 HHom eweww o L Lectu gtUUl 39 wm ew 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 What are the four types of Nationalism that came about after the War of 1812 What are the main reasons behind all four Who comprised the New Republicans Why was the Tariff of 1816 enacted What is the American System and who fronted it What was McCullough v Maryland Who invaded Florida and what treaty came from it Who handled this treaty and what did he say to the Spanish Why was Missouri entering the Union such a huge controversy What is the Missouri Compromise What is quotBargain and Corruptionquot re Eight What came from the Election of 1828 What is the Spoils System and why is it so controversial What came from Jackson s Indian removal How did South Carolina react to the Tariff and what did they do that made Jackson so angry Why did Congress have to pass the Force Bill What was the Peggy Eaton affair Who was left on Jackson s cabinet after the affair Why did Jackson war against the Second Bank What happened to the Bank What did Jackson say about the Bank Who removed all the deposits from the National Bank Why did the economy boom after the National Bank ended What party formed out of the National Republicans coHapse Who was their candidate for President What was the slogan for this candidate Who ran as VP with this candidate What happened to the candidate after the gained office Who took the presidency after the candidate left office Why was this such a problem for the party
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