Nullification Crises for Social Studies core 3
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The reductions made by the Tariff of 1832 was not enough for South Carolina.
South Carolina declared the Tariffs to be unconstitutional and adopted the Ordinance of Nullification.
In response, Congress passed the Force Bill, allowing the President to use military force against South Carolina if they did not pay the tariffs.
To which Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun famously said...
Chill Andrew, you old hag. You are taking things much too far!
That's a good idea as to how we can make everyone happy!
And now the Compromise Tariff of 1833 was born and South Carolina repealed its Nullification Ordinance.
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