The Nullification Crisis

The Nullification Crisis

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  • 1828
  • July 14,1832
  • November 24, 1832
  • In 1828 President Adams signed a high tariff law to help sponsor the American manufacturing industry. he tariff put a deep wound in the south especially South Carolina. The south called it the Tariff of Abominations. People thought Jackson would greatly lower the tariff, but he didn't
  • March 1, 1833
  • President Jackson registered a new law that helped calm the issues, but did't help the business men and politicians of the south. Jackson's V.P. (vice president) quit his position and fought the senate against the tariff.
  • March 15,1833
  • Calhoun led organizations in S.C. by facing off against the tariffs. They adopted Ordinance of Nullification,ultimately demanding to not follow the law. AKA nullifying a law. Some people in South Carolina nearly sucede from the Union.
  • Jackson responded by signing the Force Bill. The gave Jackson the ability to use Military power against South Carolina to get them to cooperate and killed south carolina's thrat of succesion from the south.
  • S.C. agreed to compromise on a new tariff to dodge any more issues with JAckon.
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