Quiz Me! - Documents/Cases: Growth of a Nation Test your knowledge about documents and Supreme Court cases in the Growth of a Nation era! 1 / 10 In George Washington’s First Inaugural Address who does he say is responsible for the success of the new nation? The Supreme Court Congress The President The citizens 2 / 10 What was the result of the Indian Removal Act (1830)? The impeachment of President Andrew Jackson The removal of Native Americans from New England The forced westward migration of Native Americans Improved commerce along the Mississippi River 3 / 10 Which principle of government was at issue in U.S. Supreme Court cases such as Gibbons v. Ogden and McCulloch v. Maryland? Popular Sovereignty Limited Government Federalism Republicanism 4 / 10 What warning did George Washington issue in his Farewell Address of 1796? If the U.S. did not form an alliance with England we were doomed to have another war with her. He recommended creating a strong military to fight off future attacks from foreign countries. He recommended staying away from foreign alliances and forming political parties. He recommended ending slavery immediately or our country would be at war later. 5 / 10 The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in McCulloch v. Maryland helped to… expand the power of the national government expand the power of state governments create a system of national railways bring an end to sectionalism 6 / 10 In which case did the U.S. Supreme Court rule unanimously that Congress had the power to create a national bank? Barron v. Baltimore Marbury v. Madison Gibbons v. Ogden McCulloch v. Maryland 7 / 10 Why was the Sedition Act of 1789 passed? President Adams and the Federalists Congress did not want any more American sympathy for the French. President Adams wanted to make sure Thomas Jefferson’s supporters were not allowed to vote. Congress and the Presidents wanted to get rid of any British citizens trying to start a war. President Adams feared more immigrants would come to the United States if strict laws were not passed. 8 / 10 How did President Andrew Jackson respond to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Worcester v. Georgia? President Jackson asked the Court for further clarification President Jackson celebrated the legal victory President Jackson refused to enforce the Court’s decision President Jackson signed a treaty with Native Americans 9 / 10 Which U.S. Supreme Court case interpreted the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution to mean that national law preempts state law? Barron v. Baltimore Worcester v. Georgia Marbury v. Madison Gibbons v. Ogden 10 / 10 What law, passed by Congress and signed by President Andrew Jackson, resulted in the “Trail of Tears?” The Indian Removal Act The Kentucky and Virginia Resolution The Emancipation Proclamation The Declaration of Sentiments Your score is Try another 10!