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How did the French react to Jay's Treaty with England? The French began to capture American ships. France declared war on England. France withheld war supplies to the United States.
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The French react to Jay's Treaty with England by: French began to capture American ships.

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Which four of the following are often used as polling places? A public school building A fire station A police station A local hamburger restaurant A public library
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Public school building, fire station, police station, and public library are four locations often used as polling places.

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The Embargo Act of 1807 did serious damage to the economies of England and France. True False
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Jackson opposed the national bank because he felt that it enabled eastern businesspeople to make money at the expense of southern planters and western farmers. True False
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Jackson opposed the national bank because he felt that it enabled eastern business people to make money at the expense of southern planters and western farmers. TRUE.

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Jackson was a strong advocate of Calhoun's doctrine of nullification. True False
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Jackson was a strong advocate of Calhoun's doctrine of nullification. This is FALSE.
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