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In Su Park-Tariff Debate

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  • The Tariff Debate
  • What kind of idea is this? This is a NO!
  • This is a bad idea. This is useless
  • We need to raise our tariff so we could help the economy of the US
  • This is the best idea. We need more money!
  • I agree with you. We need a better economy!
  • The Tariff Debate
  • Hooray! This'll make America more successful!
  • We need HIGH TARIFFS!
  • The Tariff Debate
  • Having high tariffs will make us suffer and we will protest!
  • Here in the South we need low tariff!
  • In 1828, America started a debate on high tariffs making the northern states and the southern states debate against each other.
  • The Tariff Debate
  • We must have a right to nullify or cancel the federal law!!
  • That is the right thing to do VP!
  • In the Northern states there was many manufacturers and so they agreed on having a high tariff. The high tariff made the Americans buy American goods and this would increase the economy of US.
  • The Tariff Debate
  • I disagree with the VP, that is unnecessary!
  • Thank you. Letting them have the right to nullify any federal law will split us apart!
  • In the Southern states, there was barely any manufacturers and having high tariffs would less likely to benefit for them. Since the southern states had less manufacturers they would have to pay more for what they wanted in foreign countries,
  • The Tariff Debate
  • Do I sign it here?
  • After debating about tariffs, Vice President John C Calhoun argued over letting the group of states having a right to nullify a federal law if the states think its unconstitutional.
  • I agree!
  • Yes this is the right way to do it!
  • But Daniel Webster and Robert Hayne strongly disagreed with VP's idea because they thought that the federal union should be preserved.
  • YES ! YES!
  • After all President Jackson passed a comprise bill to lower the tariffs and then passed the Force Bill making the military take action for the Congress. In 1830 Jackson agreed with preserving the federal union and he knew that liberty was more important but the federal union should be first.
  • This is such a bad agreement!
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