Category: People - Press Play for the first question!

Category: People - Press Play for the first question!

Question 1 of 12.

Who wrote that democratic institutions like those in America would eventually supplant the aristocratic governments in Europe in his book Democracy in America?

1. John Locke
2. Marquis de Lafayette
3. Matthew Lyon
4. Alexis de Tocqueville

Question 2 of 12.

During America’s sectional crisis in the lead up to the Civil War, this person advocated the doctrine of popular sovereignty whereby new states determined their status as slave or free based on the vote of the people.

1. Andrew Jackson
2. John C. Calhoun
3. Stephen Douglas
4. Henry Clay

Question 3 of 12.

During Carrie Chapman Catt’s long life as a reformer she advocated all of the following except:

1. Using militant strategies to get women the right to vote
2. Pursuing state reforms to help advance the cause of women’s suffrage
3. Passage and enforcement of child labor laws
4. Passage of a constitutional amendment granting women’s suffrage

Question 4 of 12.

Who spoke out against equal rights for slaves after the Civil War saying “it would excited unfriendly feelings between the two races”

1. Ulysses S. Grant
2. Andrew Johnson
3. Robert E. Lee
4. Jefferson Davis

Question 5 of 12.

Whose foreign policy was strongly influenced by Alfred Thayer Mahan’s book Influence of Sea Power on History?

1. William McKinley
2. Theodore Roosevelt
3. Alvin York
4. William Jennings Bryan

Question 6 of 12.

Roger Sherman famously proposed the Connecticut Compromise or Great Compromise at the Constitutional Convention that dealt with the following issue:

1. Method of electing the president
2. Method of representation in Congress
3. Development of a Bill of Rights
4. How to count slaves towards representation in Congress

Question 7 of 12.

John Quincy Adams assisted with all of the following important moments in early American history except:

1. Helping to formulate the Monroe Doctrine as the Secretary of State under President Monroe
2. Negotiation of the Adams-Onis Treaty
3. Helping negotiate the Louisiana Purchase on behalf of Thomas Jefferson
4. Acting as counsel for the slaves who revolted aboard the Amistad

Question 8 of 12.

“No peace and security among mankind—let alone common friendship—can ever exist as long as people think that governments get their authority from God and that religion is to be propagated by force of arms.” – A Letter on Toleration. What English philosopher wrote the above excerpt and helped influence American Founding Fathers as they drafted the first amendment

1. Thomas Paine
2. John Locke
3. Thomas Hobbes
4. Robert Morris

Question 9 of 12.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote the following document that was read at the first women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls, NY in 1848

1. Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions
2. Declaration of Independence
3. Women’s Constitution
4. Declaration of Women’s Rights

Question 10 of 12.

Andrew Carnegie advocated an idea called the Gospel of Wealth which was a belief that

1. The wealthy should be unencumbered by the government in their drive to acquire wealth
2. The wealthy should pursue philanthropy and give away their money to worthy causes
3. Wealth should be equally distributed among the people by the government
4. Wealth is a blessing from God and therefore the wealthy should be seen as divine

Question 11 of 12.

The John Peter Zenger trial is important in American History because it illustrated the need for all of the following except:

1. Protection of a free press
2. Due process of the law
3. Protection of religious liberty
4. No excessive bail

Question 12 of 12.

John James Audubon was a naturalist who specialized in painting the

1. Portraits of the Founding Fathers
2. Natural landscapes out west
3. Key moments of the Revolutionary War
4. Birds of America

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