Nullification crisis

Nullification crisis

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  • The Bad Tariff
  • July 14, 1832
  • FAIL
  • South Carolina Nullifies
  • We don't agree!!
  • We will leave this union!!
  • By signing the law, John Quincy Adams significantly harmed the southern economy. People thought that Andrew Jackson would reduce the tariff when he became president in 1828, but he did not.
  • Force Bill
  • FORCE BILL *Andrew Jackson may use military forces on anyone trying to leave the union.
  • President Jackson was signing a new law to try and help the southern businesses and politicians but was unsuccessful.
  • March 15,1833
  • On November 24, 1832, South Carolina began to not follow Jacksons law and adopted the 'Ordinance of Nullification'. They even threaten to secede from the union. Jackson's Vice President , John Calhoun, left office and went to fight will the southerners.
  • Jackson issued the Force bill on March 1, 1833. The Force Bill allowed Jackson to use military forces on South Carolina since they were threating to leave the union.
  • South Carolina was able to secede. They agreed to compromise a new tariff to avoid any new problems with Jackson. They then repealed their Nullification Ordinance and also nullified against the Force bill. Some view the Nullification crisis a victory of Jackson's.
  • Peace out! We don't have time for you President.
  • Okay :/
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