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There's a new tariff in town!
July 14, 1832
November 24, 1832
President Adams signed a high tariff into law to promote American manufacturing. The tariff hurt the southern economy, especially South Carolina. Southerners called it the "Tariff of Abominations." They thought President Jackson would reduce it, but he didn't.
President Jackson signed a tariff that he thought would help but that did not satisfy the southern businesses and politicians. Vice president John C. Calhoun quit and went to the senate to fight against the tariff.
Politicians in South Carolina started organizing against the tariffs. They
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