Chapter 12 Daily Warm-Ups by tangshuming


									Chapter 12, Daily Warm-Up #1
 1. Explain Jacksonian Democracy. Pp. 370
 2. In a paragraph with transition words, explain the
    difference between Jeffersonian Democracy and
    Jacksonian Democracy. Pp. 373
 3. What 3 major issues did former president Jackson
    face during his administration? Pp. 373
 4. Why did Jackson believe the government had the
    right to decide where Native Americans could live?
    Pp. 375
 5. What two choices were Native Americans given by
    Jackson? Pp. 375
Chapter 12, Daily Warm-Up #2
 1. How did Jackson propose to solve the “problem” of
    Native American protests? Pp 375
 2. What are your thoughts about the “Indian Removal
    Act?” pp. 376
 3. How did the Cherokee fight the takeover of their
    lands in Georgia? Bottom of Pp. 376
 4. Why is the journey of the Cherokee to Indian
    Territory known as the Trail of Tears? Pp. 376-377
Chapter 12, Daily Warm-Up 3

  1. States’ rights were a debate over which rights belong to the states’ and
     which belonged to the Federal Government. The divisive issue of whether
     _____________ (cheap land/slavery) would be allowed in the new territories
     forming as the nation expanded westward.
  2. A violent slave revolt in 1831 in Virginia, __________________
     (Osceola’s/Nat Turner’s) Rebellion, forced the __________ (north/south) to
     push for slavery even more. While the ____________ (north/south) began to
     argue that ___________________ (manufacturing/slavery) was necessary,
     the _____________ (north/south) argued that ________________
     (slavery/manufacturing) was more important.
  3. As the North and South became more different, there goals and desires
     ______________ (grew stronger/separated).
  4. As long as there were an _______ (equal/different) number of slave-holding
     states in the _________ (north/south) as non-slave-holding states in the
     ________ (south/north), the two regions had even representation in the
     _________ (Supreme Court/Senate) and neither could dictate to the other.
     However, each new territory that applied for statehood threatened to upset
     this balance of power.

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