Nullification Crisis Quick Review Review Fill in the

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Nullification Crisis Quick Review

Nullification Crisis Quick Review

Review • Fill in the following blanks. Do not use your notes. • The

Review • Fill in the following blanks. Do not use your notes. • The Tariff of 1828 favored ______ businesses. • The tariff _____ the price of imported goods, which helped the _____ but hurt the _______. • John C. Calhoun stressed the importance of __________ (the idea that states didn’t have to follow laws that they felt were unconstitutional). • The South threatened to _______ and Andrew Jackson threatened to ________. • Eventually, Henry Clay came up with a __________.

Review Answer Key • Fill in the following blanks. Do not use your notes.

Review Answer Key • Fill in the following blanks. Do not use your notes. • The Tariff of 1828 favored __Northern___ businesses. • The tariff _raised_ the price of imported goods, which helped the _North__ but hurt the __South__. • John C. Calhoun stressed the importance of ___nullification__ (the idea that states didn’t have to follow laws that they felt were unconstitutional). • The South threatened to _secede__ and Andrew Jackson threatened to _invade SC and hang John C. Calhoun__. • Eventually, Henry Clay came up with a __compromise tariff___.

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