Asked in History of the United States
History of the United States
People of which state most likely opposed the Tariff of 1828?
Asked in Founding Fathers, US Constitution
In the debate over the constitution the anti-federlists fought for what issues?
Anti Federalists believed people should have political power, they favored strong state government, emphasized agriculture, strict interpretation of constitution, were Pro-French, opposed national bank, and opposed protective tariff. ...
Why were people opposed to the annexation of Texas and the War with Mexico?
People were opposed to the annexation of Texas because it would be admitted to the union as a slave state. ...
Asked in American Revolution
John calhoun believed what about high tariffs?
While Calhoun had previously voted for tariffs to protect new industries , he was opposed to the Tariff of 1828. When the bill appeared in Senate, Calhoun had decided he would be the deciding vote against it. However, the tariff passed. In protest, Calhoun encouraged nullification of the tariff in his home state of South Carolina which prompted President Jackson to send warships to the harbor to enforce it. . ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
How did the protective tariff laws of 1816 raise the issue of states' rights?
Well, the Tariff created controversy based on state to state. 420 baked high as a kite. ...
Asked in US Constitution
Why might states with higher population have more seats in the house of representatives?
Well, its most likely because there are more people in that state, its most likely that more people of that state will be a representatives than a state with low population. Example: California has more people in the state so it most likely has more representatives, Alaska has low population and, because of that, that state doesn't have many representatives. ...
Asked in Politics and Government, US Constitution
What were the key differences between the Federalists and Republicans?
The differences between the federalists and the republicans is the following: Federalists Led by Alexander Hamilton, John Adams. Wealthy and well-educated should lead nation. Strong central government. Emphasis on manufaturing, shipping, and trade. Loose interpretation of constitution. Pro-British. Favored national bank. Favored protective tariff. Republicans Led by thomas Jefferson, James Madison. People should have political power. Strong state governments. Emphasis on agriculture. Strict interpretation of constitution. Pro-french. Opposed national bank. Opposed protective tariff. ...
Asked in History of the United States, Ohio
What group of people wanted to postpone admittting Ohio as a state?
Its own territorial governor opposed statehood, because it the majority of people in it were not of his party. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
Is Sectionalism focused on the state or local area as opposed to the country?
Sectionalism is focused on the state or local area, as opposed to the country. - true ...
What were the different view- points that people held about the War with Mexico?
The Mexican American War had its supporters and people opposed to the war such as Abraham Lincoln. Many people opposed the war as being unnecessary. Or, based on the annexation of Texas, opposed it because Texas had every chance to be a slave state. For this exact reason, the new Secretary of State Calhoun wanted Texas and the sure way to acquire it was to beat the Mexicans in a war. ...
Asked in History of the United States
Free state slave state tariff Missouri compromise?
Under the Missouri Compromise of 1820 Missouri was admitted as a slave state and Maine as a free state. ...
Asked in Elections and Voting
WHICH elected officials are chosen in general elections?
In the U. S., a general election can mean either any election in which people are elected to fill local, state and/or national offices, as opposed to a primary election, or any election in which people are elected to fill state and/or national offices, as opposed to a local election. ...
What was nullification and which state led the movement?
The nullification act declared the tariff of aboninations unconstitutional. The state of South Carolina led the movement. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Politics and Government
Which branch of the government represents individual states?
Officially, state senate which is legislative branch but your state senate doesn't always do what benefits the people of their states opposed to what benefits themselves. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author David W Skully written?
David W Skully has written: 'Economics of tariff-rate quota administration' -- subject(s): Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Wheat, Tariff, Tariff on farm produce, Tariff on sugar, Tariff preferences, Wheat 'Government intervention in agriculture' -- subject(s): Agricultural subsidies, Agriculture, Agriculture and state, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Agriculture, Mathematical models ...