President Jackson signed a law tariff that would help ease the tension, but it did not satisfy the southern's business and politicians, Jackson's vice president, John C. Calhoun, resigned his office and went to the Senate to fight the tariff.
If we agree, you have to get rid of the Bill's that you made.
In response to South Carolina's open nullification law, Jackson issued the Force Bill in 1833. The bill allowed Jackson to use military force against South Carolina, to enforce cooperation.
I will use the military to enforce cooperation!
President John Adams signed into a law, a high tariff to promote American manufacturing. The tariff harmed the south, mainly South Carolina.It was thought that President Jackson would reduce the tariff when he became president, but he did not.
Politicians in South Carolina began organizing the tariffs. In 1832, the made the Ordinance of Nullification, ultimately refusing to follow or obey, the law. Some in South Carolina threatened to secede form the Union because of the tariff.
With help of the Force Bill and other southern states, South Carolina agreed to a new tariff,to avoid any other issues from president Jackson. The Nullification Ordinance and The Force Bill.The Nullification Crisis went as a win to Jackson, but issues would not happen until the Civil War.