History of the United States

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Who was the first president under the Marshall Plan

Harry S. Truman was the first president. The inventor of the marshall plan was George Marshall.

What is the main idea of a political cartoon

The main purpose of a political cartoon is to present commentary on a political figure or issue in an amusing or thought-provoking way.

When was the compromise of 1850 passed

The Compromise of 1850 was passed on September 9th, 1850.

What purchase completed the continental US and When

Gadsden Purchase of 1853

The Celts fled to Ireland with the invasion of the


What was the result of the Crusade of Nobles

The result of the Crusade of Nobles was an increase of trade on the European continent. The crusade opened trade routes that had not been used before.

Which man was the military leader of the Union Army during the Civil War
  • Winfield Scott: July 5, 1841 - November 1, 1861
  • George B. McClellan: November 1, 1861 - March 11, 1862
  • Henry W. Halleck: July 23, 1862 - March 9, 1864
  • Ulysses S. Grant: March 9, 1864 - March 4, 1869-AirsoftKINg pin
Which of these men was the author of the Albany Plan of Union

ben Franklin!bruh bruh

Who was the author of the Kansas-Nebraska Act

Stephen Douglas was the author of the Kansas-Nebraska Act.

The Compromise of 1850 was created as a result of which event

the Mexican-American War

What statement best describes the purpose of the Ostend Manifesto

Written in 1854, the Ostend Manisfesto described the rationale for the United States to purchase Cuba from Spain while implying that the U.S. should declare war if Spain refused.

Which of these is incorrectly matched with regard to the Compromise of 1850

the slave trade would be abolished in the District of Columbia. this was a concession for the south.

Which event made slavery a central political issue in the mid-1850s

The decision to allow the people of Kansas to vote whether their new state would be slave or free.

This thinly-populated territory attracted all manner of cross-border raiders from both sides of the debate, determined to intimidate voters and get the results declared invalid.

There was terrible bloodshed, and it seemed to demonstrate that the slavery debate would never be resolved, except through combat.

The slave-question that caused the new Compromise of 1850 was the admission of California as free soil.

Lands were gained gained as a result of the Mexican-American War.

The emotive issue was the new, stricter version of the Fugitive Slave Act, which caused many Northerners to join the Abolitionist movement.

What are the two countries of Korean Peninsula

North Korea and South Korea

What best describes the Compromise of 1850

It favored both the interests of the North and the South.

What would not be considered an old solution to the slavery issue in the mid-1850s

Kansas-Nebraska Act

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Which statement best characterizes the mood of much of the world at the end of world war 1

The sense of optimism had been shattered

Which individuals was not an abolitionist

John C. Calhoun

What statement best description of popular sovereignty

the people are allowed to decide a political issue.


What is a statement that best characterizes Roger Taney

He was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott v. Sanford decision.

Which of these is an incorrect match Andrew Johnson-democratic party Franklin Pierce-democratic party Zachary Taylor-whig party Abraham Lincoln-decomocratic party

The incorrect match is Abraham Lincoln and the Democratic Party. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was a member of the Republican Party.

Which these is correctly matched with regard to the compromise of 1850

The slave trade would be abolished in the district of colcumbia. This concession for the south.

What did Taylor say would be his guide with regard to the interpretation of the Constitution

Supreme Court

What are facts about the Dred Scott v. Sanford Supreme Court decision

Which statement best describes the Dred Scott v. Sanford Supreme Court decision?

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