Quiz Me! - Era: Growth of a Nation Test your knowledge about the Growth of a Nation era! 1 / 10 The Monroe Doctrine, adopted during James Monroe’s presidency, provided that the Western Hemisphere should be free from future European colonization and the U.S. should do what with European wars? Support Instigate Oppose Remain neutral 2 / 10 Which individual below would most likely support the Democratic-Republican Party? A judge who supported loose construction of the Constitution A supporter of John Adams A plantation owner who supported states’ rights A businessman from NewYork 3 / 10 This French historian and political scientist wrote Democracy in America, predicting that democratic institutions would replace the aristocratic governments of Europe. Alexis de Tocqueville Bernardo de Gálvez Haym Salomon Marquis de Lafayette 4 / 10 Why did John Adams appoint federal judges before leaving office? Adams wanted John Marshall to become the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Adams wanted to keep the judicial branch under Federalist control. Adams knew that President Jefferson did not agree with his political ideas. John Adams did not want James Madison to join the Supreme Court. 5 / 10 Why was the Judiciary Act of 1789 necessary? There were no requirements to become a justice. There were not enough cases being heard at the Supreme Court. Protests were breaking out regarding the power of the Supreme Court. The U.S. Constitution did not specify how many justices there should be or which cases the court should hear. 6 / 10 How did President Andrew Jackson respond to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Worcester v. Georgia? President Jackson refused to enforce the Court’s decision President Jackson asked the Court for further clarification President Jackson signed a treaty with Native Americans President Jackson celebrated the legal victory 7 / 10 John Marshall most famously served what role? Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Speaker of the House Senate Majority Leader President of the United States of America 8 / 10 The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in McCulloch v. Maryland helped to… create a system of national railways expand the power of the national government expand the power of state governments bring an end to sectionalism 9 / 10 This Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ruled in Marbury v Madison (1803) and presided over the treason trial of Aaron Burr. His interpretations of the Constitution laid the groundwork for much of current constitutional theory and a strong national government. Thomas Jefferson Benjamin Franklin Roger Sherman John Marshall 10 / 10 Which issue would a member of the Democratic-Republican political party support? Tariffs to support the new industries in the Northeast Strict interpretation of the Constitution The National Bank Strong trade agreements with the British Your score is Try another 10!