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  • The Tariff Debate
  • Good idea with the tariff, president Jefferson! It really boosts our manufacturing.
  • The Disagreement
  • Why did you do this to us president Jefferson?! Our manufacturing is going down the drain!
  • Calhoun's Idea
  • This was an example of an unconstitutional law because you couldn't nullify an unconstitutional tariff.
  • The northerners supported the tariff proposed by Jefferson because it made their manufactured goods less expensive than imported goods.
  • Federal Union
  • I am president and it is my job to do what is right for america. I will preserve the federal union to make things right.
  • On the other hand, the southerners disagreed with the tariff because there were fewer manufactures in the south that would benefit.
  • The Compromise
  • Fine! We will make a nullification act and a force bill so the obnoxious southerners can finally agree.
  • John C Calhoun then argued that the states had the power to decide and nullify whether the federal law was constitutional.
  • The Resolution
  • Pheww. Finally, peace witht the south. Hope there's no further conflict.
  • Jackson then stood up and said that he is president and that it is his decisions to make america right again. so in 1830, he declared for the federal union to be preserved, even though Calhoun felt that the liberty should take over the unions fate.
  • Congress then passed a nullification act since the south wasn't agreeing to contribute to any of their revisions. He also did a force bill so that the south military action can enforce the acts of congress, with the south finally agreeing.
  • In conclusion, there was an end to the "Era of good Feeling" with the tariff debate, and in the end, Jackson made a nullification act and a force bill to make peace with the south.
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