Andrew Jackson Section 3 - Mr. Leon
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Crisis Over Nullification
This can not continue any further! We demand that you remove the TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS!
State Rights Debate
The nullification can help the states! They're being treated unfairly and should have a say in federal laws.
Nonsense! The government is needed to run those states! They must follow all laws if they like it or not!
South Carolina Threatens to Secede
That's it! If you don't remove that tariff, I will take my state and leave this horrid place, so called "nation!"
NO! T-they can't leave... I'll... I'll make them stay! ... Somehow...
During Andrew Jackson's presidency, tariff was increased in South Carolina, which led to John C. Calhoun and Andrew Jackson being in disagreement with nullification, which Calhoun used to defend South Carolina.
After much protest, Andrew Jackson refused to take down the tariff and use the idea of nullification. Therefore, a debate between Daniel Webster and Robert Hayne had occured.
Because of Jackson's refusal, South Carolina threatened to leave the nation and fight back.
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