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We the citizens of South Carolina will not pay for the tariff act.
South Carolina has the rights.
congress passes a tariff on manufacturing goods from Europe in 1828 by Adams Administration
Can I troops so I can endforce federal laws
South Carolina passed the Nullification act, asserting that the state would not pay the tariffs
jhon c. Calhoun thinks that South Carolina is right and they can have state rights.
Jackson asked Congress to enact legislation permitting him to use federal troops to enforce federal laws in the face of nullification.
Henry Clay pushed through Congress a new tariff bill, with lower rates than the Tariff of Abominations, but still too high for the southerners. and Congress made a pass the force bill of 1830
But in the end, the both felt like they won victorious
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