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Richard Mentor Johnson: Quiz


Question 1: [45] Although he never ran afoul of the ________ standards of his day, some of his colleagues considered his actions ethically questionable.
Rationalization (sociology)CriminologyIndex of sociology articlesConflict of interest

Question 2: There had been inflation after the War of 1812, and the establishment of the ________.
First Bank of the United StatesSecond Bank of the United StatesNew Orleans MintCarpenters' Hall

Question 3: [23] Johnson at first raised 300 men, divided into three companies, who elected him major; they then merged with another ________, forming a regiment of 500 men, with Johnson as colonel.
BrigadeBattalionDivision (military)Platoon

Question 4: [3] In 1845, he served as a pallbearer when ________ was re-interred in Frankfort Cemetery.
Annie OakleyDavy CrockettDaniel BooneAmerican Old West

Question 5: Johnson submitted this plan to President ________ and Secretary of War John Armstrong, who approved it in principle.
James MonroeThomas JeffersonAlexander HamiltonJames Madison

Question 6: "Richard Mentor Johnson (1837 – 1841)." ________.
The College of William & MaryUniversity of Virginia's College at WiseVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityUniversity of Virginia

Question 7: By 1784, the family had moved again, this time to Great Crossing in Scott County, on land purchased by Johnson's father from Patrick Henry and ________.
James MadisonAlexander HamiltonThomas JeffersonJames Monroe

Question 8: In 1836, Johnson was the Democratic nominee for vice-president on a ticket with ________.
John C. CalhounJames BuchananFranklin D. RooseveltMartin Van Buren

Question 9: In 1817, Congress investigated General ________'s execution of two British subjects during the First Seminole War.
Martin Van BurenAndrew JacksonGeorge M. DallasAl Gore

Question 10: [16] Although the ________ imposed an age requirement of twenty-four for members of the House of Representatives, Johnson was so popular that no one raised questions about his age, and he was allowed to take his seat.
Minnesota ConstitutionTennessee State ConstitutionMaryland ConstitutionKentucky Constitution


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