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D) he was the first candidate to utilize the full power of the Internet. (E) it was the first time a sitting senator had defeated another sitting senator. 31. As a result of the French and Indian War, the American colonists developed a (A) hostile attitude toward the Indians. (B) greater sense of self-confidence. (C) greater respect for the British. (D) desire to create a strong army. (E) desire to ally with Spain. 32. The beginnings of a uniquely American culture in the 1700s were seen in (A) the success of the American generals who fought in the French and Indian War.

4. Which of the following developments is NOT associated with the Gilded Age? (A) Relations between workers and owners became increasingly contentious. ” (C) New inventions made communication between cities easier. (D) Many industries came to be dominated by a small number of large companies. (E) Corruption in politics became more public and widespread. 5. The publication of The Jungle contributed to rapid passage of the (A) Interstate Commerce Act. (B) Wade-Davis Bill. (C) Pure Food and Drug Act.

D) were purely American phenomena. (E) employed deistic approaches to religious belief. 23. S. Constitution was used to justify the (A) suppression of the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794. (B) addition of the Bill of Rights to the Constitution in 1791. (C) signing of Jay’s Treaty with England in 1794. (D) passage of the Judiciary Act of 1789. (E) establishment of the Bank of the United States in 1791. 24. The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments are similar in that all three (A) extended voting to different groups in the United States.

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