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2. The Second Great Awakening began on the southern frontier and usually featured what two religious sects? A. Methodists and Baptists B. Atheists and Buddhists C. Muslims and Catholics D.
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User: 2. The Second Great Awakening began on the southern frontier and usually featured what two religious sects? A. Methodists and Baptists B. Atheists and Buddhists C. Muslims and Catholics D. Catholics and Atheists

Weegy: B. Muslims and Catholics
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User: 3. The election of 1824 that brought _______ to the presidency was the most controversial and complicated election in American history. A. John Adams. B. James Monroe C. John Quincy Adams D. Andrew Jackson.

Weegy: C. John Quincy Adams
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User: 4. After the War of 1812, the first expansionist goal of the republic was the acquisition of A. the Oregon Country. B. Canada. C. Florida. D. California.

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