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Essay heading: State Nullification
 
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They both defended and attacked on the Nullification topic in congress. In 1832 Congress released another tariff that replaced the Tariff of Abominations, but the South Carolinians weren't still happy. The climax of this nullification swirl happened at Jackson's birthday dinner where everyone gathered to give speeches...
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Andrew told everybody in that room what he thought of State Nullification with one simple line: "Our Union, It must be preserved" (Goode 88). The Congress continued with passing a Force Bill that would allow President Jackson to use force to regulate the tariff laws. To clean this mess up and to avoid civil war, both sides decided to compromise due to a plan drawn up by Henry Clay Hard times in South Carolina South Carolina was a state that was hit hard by the depression of 1819...
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