Political dissension in the South during the Civil War
A) led detractors to offer programs in opposition to Democratic policies.
B) tended to be factional, petty, and often personal in nature.
C) produced an arbitrary and tyrannical expansion of presidential power.
D) resulted in the establishment of party mechanisms to channel or curb criticism.
All of the following factors contributed to American victory in the Revolution EXCEPT
A) administrative and organizational talents of George Washington.
B) American people's determination not to submit.
C) Dutch and French loans, war supplies, and military forces.
D) overwhelming support by Congress and the state governments for the continental
The primary cause for continuing conflicts between English colonists and Native
Americans in Virginia was the
A) English murder of Nemattanew, a Powhatan war captain and religious prophet.