Test: SAT II US History


What affect did the Presidency of John Quincy Adams have on relations between the North and the South?

It pushed the two regions further apart ideologically, but not economically.

It assuaged Southern concerns of Northern over-representation in government.

It pushed the two regions further apart economically and ideologically.

The internal infrastructure began to homogenize the economy.

It helped mend political tensions.

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