Lauren Shaw Period 1 Nullification
Protective Tarrif, Passed by John Quincy Adams
Jackson gets word South Carolina wants to nullify the Protective Tariff
Calhoun leaves office to support South Carolina
Jackson seeks help from Congress
Henry Clay introduces the Compromise Tariff, which states they would lower the taxes on imported goods so South Carolina would agree.
After the Compromise Tariff, Congress passes the force bill of 1830 which South Carolin nullifies, although they agree to the Compromise Tariff. In the end, both sides feel they have won and come to an agreement.
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