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Which of the following championed nationalism and denounced nullification? A. John C. Calhoun B. Henry Clay C. Andrew Jackson D. Daniel Webster
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Northern support for slavery was most likely based on A. fear of competition for jobs. B. resentment of plantation owners. C. a desire to weaken the South. D. religious doctrines and beliefs
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Why was abolitionist John Brown executed? A. for his attempt to seize the arsenal at Harpers Ferry B. for his midnight massacre C. for his part in Bleeding Kansas D. for beating Charles Sumner with a cane
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