What does the corrupt bargain refer to?

The "corrupt bargain" refers to:
A.Nicholas Biddle’s management of the Second Bank of the United States.
B.the 1824 election of John Quincy Adams as President.
C.the Peggy Eaton affair.
D.the "American System."
E.the formation of the Whig party.

Which of the following statements regarding transcendentalism is false?
A.The human mind directly and intuitively perceives certain fundamental truths.
B.Transcendentalists drew on the teachings of several Asian religions.
C.Transcendentalism was rooted in New England Puritanism.
D.Transcendentalism focused on the self-reliance of the individual.
E.Traditional conventions of thought were the key to understanding the world.

American education from 1820 to 1850:
A.included broad federal funding for public education.
B.responded to the need for a literate and informed public.
C.included a sharp increase in the number of technical colleges.
D.failed to include elementary education for girls.
E.remained the sole responsibility of the church.

The Specie Circular ordered:
A.removal of federal funds from the Second Bank of the United States.
B.reductions in the tariff to appease South Carolina.
C.the use of federal surplus funds to pay the national debt.
D.the federal government to accept only hard money in payment for land.
E.the reorganization of American banking.

Which statement characterizes the Second Great Awakening in the North?
A.Northern ministers favored the expansion of rational thought in religion.
B.Northern evangelists were most successful in rural areas.
C.Baptists dominated the Second Great Awakening in the North.
D.The Second Great Awakening in the North led to a social reform movement.
E.Northern evangelists organized numerous camp meetings.

Cyrus McCormick’s invention:
A.decreased the labor required to separate cotton seeds from cotton fiber.
B.enabled the quick cultivation of tough prairie soils.
C.allowed the use on interchangeable parts on iron plows.
D.decreased the amount of time and labor required for grain harvesting.
E.enabled the production of ready-to-wear clothing.

Which of the following is NOT one of the main points of John C. Calhoun’s South Carolina Exposition and Protest?
A.Protection of minority rights would preserve the Union.
B.State conventions had the authority to nullify federal laws.
C.The federal government embodied the will of the people.
D.Tariffs designed to protect industry were unconstitutional.
E.Sovereignty resided with state governments.

The American temperance movement in the first half of the nineteenth century:
A.succeeded in reducing American alcohol consumption.
B.failed to gain popularity in New England.
C.argued the compulsory prohibition laws should be repealed.
D.sought to expose criminals to order and discipline.
E.lacked the support of evangelical reformers.

Most white southerners were:
A.plantation owners.
B.slave owners.
C."poor whites."
D.yeoman farmers.
E.urban merchants.

Violent slave insurrections were generally:
A.feared by white southerners but were uncommon.
B.successful in coastal areas.
C.the preferred form of resistance to white slave owners.
D.organized by the Underground Railroad.
E.led by northern abolitionists traveling in the South.

The Jacksonians generally believed that:
A.government intervention in the economy was necessary.
B.reforms movements required active government participation.
C.individualism and an agrarian economy restored traditional republican virtues.
D.paper currency ensured economic stability.
E.public education secured freedom of religion.

The American Colonization Society:
A.argued that freed slaves should granted territory in the West.
B.drew wide support from the antislavery and proslavery movements.
C.established a settlement of freed slaves in West Africa.
D.published The Liberator.
E.was founded by Frederick Douglass.

Which of the following groups supported the Bank of the United States?
A.state and local banks
B.businessmen and merchants
C.Western farmers and speculators
D.states’ rights groups
E.urban workers

Which of the following is characteristic of the slave trade from 1815 to 1860?
A.The importation of African slaves increased after 1808.
B.Increased numbers of slaves decreased the value of the slave trade.
C.Interstate slave trade was outlawed in the Upper South.
D.The center of the slave trade moved south and west.
E.Slave traders were required to keep slave families united.

Francis Cabot Lowell introduced the factory system to the American:
A.rubber industry.
B.textile industry.
C.transportation industry.
D.farm equipment industry.
E.tobacco industry.

2 Responses to “What does the corrupt bargain refer to?”

  1. kewler Says:

    would rather you have numbered them but hey

    1.B
    2.B.
    3.B (this one im not 100% sure on)
    4.
    5. E(not 100% sure on this one either it might have been the south but i know this happened)
    6.
    7. C
    8. A
    9. C
    10. A(an educated guess cause all the others seem incorrect to me)
    11.
    12.C
    13.
    14.(A is funny) i think its D but im not sure.
    15.B

    hope this helps

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