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In the 1830's, the North placed a tariff on goods. The South was against the tariffs because they took away profit from all the cotton they were producing. Since the North had more power in congress, they kept the tariffs in place. They called this the Nullification.
North: We approve the tariffs and will continue to put them into place.
South: We don't approve of the tariffs. We want to nullify the tariffs.
States' Rights were a big part of the conflict. It started off with the Articles of Confederation, where the states had more power than the Federal Government. This later changed to the Constitution, where the Federal Government had more power. The states were constantly fighting over the right to own slaves. The Northern states didn't want them, but the Southern states did.
The Articles of Confederation gave the states too much power. We need the Constitution.
The Constitution isn't the only thing the South needs. We need slaves!
The Civil War was a result of all the conflict occurring in the US. Slavery, States' Rights, the Compromise of 1850, and the Nullification were some of the main factors.
We have had enough. We must fight for our side and defend our claim!
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