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Q: What describes the south toward tariffs?
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Why did the north and south have different attitudes toward height tariffs?

Tariffs dealt with their trade.

Which describes the south attitude toward tariffs?

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Why did the North and the South have different attitudes toward higher tariffs?

Because Tariffs deal with their trade... which is bad.

How are the North and South different from their suggestion of tariffs?

the north and the south both had differnt veiws or belives on tariffs. The North wanted tariffs and the south did not.

Was the south in favor of tariffs?

No; the South depended on exporting cotton and US tariffs would have invited tariffs in the countries to which they exported.

Why did Governor Hayne of The North higher tariffs because tariffs . The South higher tariffs because tariffs South Carolina favor states' rights?

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What did the south call tariffs?

They didn't call it anything but taxes or just tariffs

What side opposed tariffs north or south?

the south opposed tariffs because they had to import all of their stuff from foreign countries

The nullification crisis concerned South Carolina's dissatisfaction with federal policy on what?


How were Northern views different toward tariffs different from Southern views?

The South, being primarily agricultural, opposed tariffs, because, unable to manufacture the goods they needed, had to import them from Europe or buy them from the North. In the view of the South, tariffs made everything more expensive, and thought that there was unequal distribution of the money derived from the imposition of the tariff. The North favored the tariff, believing it protected domestic industries from unfair foreign competition.

Which statement best describes President Lincoln's policy toward the South after the Civil War?

"Let 'em up easy"

Did the south favor low tariffs?