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Manufacturers in the United States—mostly in the Northeast—welcomed the tariff. Because tariffs made European goods more expensive, Americans were more likely to buy U.S.-made goods.
Southerners, however, hated the new tariff. The South traded cotton to Europe for manufactured goods, and the new tariff would make these items more expensive.
I, Vice President Calhoun, claimed that a state could nullify, or refuse to accept, a federal law if it was not in that state's best interests.
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