The Tariff Debate


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  • Tariff 1828
  • We don't like the idea of tariff!
  • Yes!
  • North / South
  • I agree too.
  • I actually like the idea of tariffs.
  • Well we DON'T like this idea.
  • I know it's not fair.
  • What?
  • ╬...ughh
  • Why..didn't you support it..?
  • In 1828, the Americans opposed about the tariff which is tax on imported or exported goods. Especially the south thought that the federal government was biased against on them
  • Debate
  • I'm against the nullification!
  • North and the South had different ideas about tariffs. The north liked the idea of tariff because it made their products less expensive than imported goods. However south didn't like it because they had fewer products that would be benefit for them.
  • Nullification Act
  • Nullification Act ~~~~~~~~~~~~
  • Tariff Act of 1832
  • However, the Southerners were still astonished when Jackson didn't support the nullification. So they voted to nullify the Tariff of Abominations. Jackson got angry.
  • Result
  • What's going to happen to the state's rights?
  • yeah~
  • yeah~
  • Then, a senator from Massachusetts named Daniel Webster, also argued against the nullification with Robert Hayne, a senator from South Carolina, that was defending the nullification.
  • No, you may not. We're not going to let you.
  • When South Carolina passed the Nullification Act, Jackson threatened them by sending the U.S soldiers to enforce federal laws on South Carolina. He also made Congress pass a Force Bill. As a result, the south nullified the Force Act.
  • The Force Act
  • -South Carolina-
  • Force Bill ~~~~~~~~~
  • -Congress-
  • yeah~
  • In the end, the fight over the tariff divided the nation and the questions of states’ rights vs the rights of the federal government increased more .
  • Divided
  • How 'bout the rights of the federal government?
  • yeah~
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