Conflicts over States' Rights - Section 3
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Crisis over Nullification
So, I guess now we can reject laws!
States' Rights Debate
Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable!
South Carolina Threatens to Secede
WE WANT OUT!
Please, don't leave.
To keep South Carolina from leaving the Union, the doctrine of nullification was made. It allowed states to nullify, or reject, a federal law that it considers unconstitutional.
Daniel Webster and Robert Y. Hayne debated nullification in the U.S. Senate in 1830.
South Carolina's leaders threatened secession, or withdrawal from the Union, if the federal government tried to collect tariffs.
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