Nullification

Nullification
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  • The 'Tariff of Abominations' 
  • The 'Tariff of Abominations' 
  • Jackson's Tariff of 1832
  • President Adams issued a high tariff to promote American manufacturing 
  • Ordinance of Nullification 
  • The tariff greatly harmed southern economies, particularly South Carolina. People assumed Jackson would lower the tariff, but he did not.
  • The Admission of the Force Bill
  • you need to cooperate 
  • you can't make us!
  • on July 1832, Jackson signed into law a tariff that lessened the taxes, but the southern colonies will still not pleased.
  • Compromise Tariff of 1833
  • fine
  • there will be consequences if you don't cooperate
  • on November 24th, 1832, South Carolinians adopted the ordinance of nullification
  • in response to south Carolina's open nullification of federal law, Jackson issued the Force Bill , allowing presidential use of military force against south Carolina to enforce cooperation.
  • Eventually, the government came to a compromise with South Carolina and agreed to lower the tariff over 8 years, the tariff  was on 25%
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