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Which state did Henry Clay represent in the election?
As more states entered the Union, laws excluding African American men from voting _____________.
What was the assumption that African Americans were a different and less capable people?
When Adams named Clay his secretary of state, Jackson's supporters accused them of a '_____________'
Which war was an important impetus to change in many states, for the propertyless men called up for militia service?
How many new states west of the Appalachians entered the Union between 1800 and 1840?
What party was most closely aligned with the slave South?
Out of the five candidates that ran for president in the elections of 1825, who got chosen?
Name the five New England states that were able to free African American men vote befor 1865.
Free African American men were denied the vote in the Northern and ___________ states.
The ________ Constitution of 1802 denied new western states the right to vote, to hold public office, and to testify against white men in court cases.
Abigail Adams and ____________ were famous for their ability to provide the social setting in which there husbands could quietly conduct political business?
Who was Monroe's secretary of war?
What organization installed the country's first steam-powered press?
Presidential electors were now elected by _______ vote.

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