How did the nation's regions feel about the tariff of 1816?
the south believed that the north was being benefited; therefore, the south disliked it when the north liked it
South Carolina protested the Tariff of 1828 because they did not feel that due to the sensitive nature of the issues presented in the tariff that this should be an issue brought up during an election time. The state felt that they should have the right to reject proposals that the president introduced.
A country might try to protect an industry by putting a tariff (like a tax) on goods that come from a foreign country to make those goods less competitive price-wise to the domestic goods. Many feel that this protectionism is bad for consumers as it reduces the incentive of domestic innovation and increases costs. Others feel that certain industries are necessary for any nation and would protect them to ensure the nations survival should the…
The United Nations has passed resolutions regarding the threat of global warming. The seriousness of the issue depends on the individual nations. The industrialized nations mostly recognize the issue as a threat and, more or less, are addressing it. The poorer third world nations mostly feel that the problem wasn't caused by them and taking measures similar to what the major nations are doing will hamper their development of industry.
The economies of the North and south differed very much. the south was largely agrarian and completely dependent on northern industry and financial institutions. The North was heavily industrialized and in close competition with the largest industrial nation in the world at the time, (UK) and the businesses needed protective tariffs such as the ones put in place by Henry Clays American System (tariff of 1816).Tarrrifs could only drive prices of manufactured goods up in…
How did leaders of totalitarian feel about using force against people and nations they considered their enemies?
Briefly, the UNPO (Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization) is an independent group based on membership by indigenous and other minority people(s) who feel unrepresented on the international forums (fora). The United Nations (UN) is based on membership by nations, rather than on the membership of sociocultural groups or peoples.
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