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(Thomas Jefferson first inaugural address 1801) According to Jefferson’s address, which of the following should be relied on to protect equal rights for all people?
in his first inaugural address in March, 1861, president Lincoln
– promised to enforce federal law in all the states
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In his first inaugural address, Jefferson stressed his desire to A) seek revenge on the Federalists for the Alien and Sedition Acts. B) minimize the differences between Federalists and Republicans. C) increase government spending to provide better services for citizens. D) negotiate a mutual defense alliance with Great Britain.
Minimize the differences between federalists and republicans
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3. In his first inaugural address, Lincoln laid down all the following basic principles except A) no state could leave the Union B) acts of force or violence to support secession were insurrectionary C) the government would hold federal property in the seceded states D) the institution of slavery would not be allowed to continue anywhere in the United States E) the South must not assail federal property
Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address
Delivered as part of Lincoln’s oath of office. Lincoln said that there was no need for a war, the North and South shouldn’t fight, and the South could never truly secede.
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T/F: In his first inaugural address, President Lincoln said: “I am loath to close. We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained, it must not break our bonds of affection.”