The Nullification Crisis


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  • IN 1828
  • JULY 14, 1832
  • NOVEMBER 24, 1832
  • President John Quincy Adams signed a high law tariff to promote American manufacturing. People called it the "Tariff of Abominations" because it harmed them. It thought President Andrew Jackson significantly reduce the tariff when becoming president. He did not
  • MARCH 1, 1832
  • President Jackson signed a law of tariff that helped ease tensions on the issue. It did not satisfy southern businesses and politicians. Jackson's vice president John C. Calhoun resigned the office and went to the Senate to a better fight against the tariff.
  • MARCH 15, 1833
  • Calhoun's leadership, politicians in South Carolina began organizing the tariffs. On Nov. 24 they adopted the Ordinance of Nullification, ultimately refuse to follow or bey the law. Some in South Carolina threatened the secede from the Union.
  • In response to South Carolina's open nullification of federal law, Jackson issued the Force Bill. This bill allowed Jackson to use military force against South Carolina to enforce cooperation and quash the threat of secession from the Union of South Carolina
  • South Carolina agreed to compromise on a new tariff to avoid further issues with President Jackson. They repealed their Nullification Ordinance nullified the Force Bill. The symbol of principles. The Nullification generally viewed a victory of Andrew Jackson. It would not be until the civil war in the 1860's.
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