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UNITED STATES HISTORYSECTION ITime—55 minutes80 QuestionsDirections:
Each of the questions or incomplete statements below is followed by five suggested answers orcompletions. Select the one that is best in each case and then fill in the corresponding oval on the answer sheet.1. The Navigation Acts were part of the Britishpolicy known as(A) isolationism(B) capitalism(C) mercantilism(D) monopolism(E) imperialism2. Jacksonian Democracy was distinguished by thebelief that(A) an aristocracy posed no danger to the Republic(B) the National Republicans alone knew whatwas right for the people(C) political participation by the common manshould be increased(D) political rights should be granted to women(E) franchise restrictions should be racially neutral3. President Monroe articulated the Monroe Doctrinein his 1823 address to Congress primarily inorder to(A) respond positively to the recent LatinAmerican revolutions(B) rule out United States involvement inSouth America(C) provide a rationale for United States inter-vention in the Isthmus of Panama(D) warn European nations against furthercolonial ventures in the Western Hemisphere(E) encourage Britain to help the fledglingLatin American states4. Which of the following transportation develop-ments opened the West to settlement and tradebetween 1790 and 1830 ?(A) Turnpikes and canals(B) Railroads and steamships(C) Turnpikes and railroads(D) Clipper ships and turnpikes(E) Canals and railroads5. Which of the following best describes the situa-tion of freedmen in the decade following the CivilWar?(A) Each was given 40 acres of land and a muleby the Union government.(B) All were immediately granted politicalequality by the Emancipation Proclamation.(C) The majority entered sharecropping arrange-ments with former masters or other nearbyplanters.(D) They were required to pass a literacy testbefore being granted United Statescitizenship.(E) They supported the passage of Black Codesto ensure their economic and political rights.6. Which of the following was a serious constitu-tional question after the Civil War?(A) The restoration of the power of the federal judiciary(B) The legality of the national banking system(C) The political and legal status of the formerConfederate states(D) The relationship between the United Statesand Britain(E) The proposed annexation of Colombia7. The Supreme Court decision in
Plessy
v.
Ferguson
 (1896) did which of the following?(A) Denounced business combinations in restraintof trade.(B) Sanctioned separate but equal public facilitiesfor African Americans.(C) Declared that the Fourteenth Amendmentapplied principally to the protection of corporations.(D) Defined the Constitution as color-blind.(E) Empowered Congress to cancel treaties withAmerican Indian tribes unilaterally.
 
 
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8. The flappers of the 1920’s challenged traditionalAmerican attitudes about women by supporting(A) a federal birth control and abortion rightsprotection law(B) gender equality in salaries(C) an equal rights amendment(D) greater freedom in manner of dress and moralbehavior(E) a federal law to establish prenatal clinics inrural areas9. During the 1930’s, the Great Depression led to(A) the nationalization of major industries(B) the strengthening of the family unit and ahigher birth rate(C) a decline in highway construction(D) a mass internal migration of Americanslooking for work (E) a decrease in labor union membership10. The policy of containment, justified by GeorgeKennan’s 1947 analysis of the internationalsituation, called for(A) blocking the expansion of the Soviet Union’sinfluence(B) curbing United States foreign investment tolimit involvement in world conflict(C) liberating Eastern Europe from communism(D) destabilizing the Soviet Union(E) dividing Germany into zones administered bythe United States, Britain, and the SovietUnion11. The Dutch settled New Netherland primarily to(A) secure a refuge for the persecuted(B) check the growth of English colonies inNorth America(C) expand their commercial and mercantilenetwork (D) gain colonies to produce agriculturalsurpluses(E) secure naval supplies12. France negotiated a treaty of alliance with the newAmerican nation in 1778 following(A) the defeat of the British General Burgoyne atSaratoga(B) American naval victories on the Great Lakes(C) the dispatch of an American peace mission toBritain(D) an ultimatum by American diplomats(E) a personal plea by George Washington13. Which of the following is true of the case of 
 Marbury
v.
 Madison
?(A) It established that Congress had the sole rightto formulate national legislation.(B) It supported Thomas Jefferson in his claim tohave “executive review.”(C) It backed William Marbury in his request fora bank charter.(D) It affirmed the principle of judicial review.(E) It determined the Senate’s right to “adviseand consent.”14. After the Revolution, the concept of the“republican mother” suggested that(A) women would be responsible for raising theirchildren, especially their sons, to be virtuouscitizens of the young republic(B) voting would soon become a privilege grantedto educated and/or married women(C) the first duty of mothers was to serve theneeds of government(D) wives and mothers would be welcome in theemerging political parties(E) women’s virtues had been the inspiration forthe ideals of the Revolution15. All of the following accurately describeJefferson’s purchase of the Louisiana Territoryfrom France EXCEPT:(A) It opened the Mississippi River permanently towestern farmers.(B) It ended the threat of American Indian raids onwestern settlements.(C) It was made possible by the failure of Napoleon’s forces to suppress a slave revoltin Haiti.(D) It showed Jefferson’s considerable flexibilityin dealing with foreign policy.(E) It violated Jefferson’s own views concerningthe strict construction of the Constitution.

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