What was Andrew Jackson's response to the nullification crisis?
He admitted that the Union was a compact of states.
Andrew Jackson stopped the south from seceding in the nullification crisis by compromising with them. He agreed to lower the tariffs on the cloth that they wanted to use to cloth their slaves and they agreed not to use the nullification clause again because in fact congress had not even made it a real law yet, it was just a bill that had not been passed yet
There were multiple events that occured during Andrew Jacksons presidency. Jackson worked to dismantle the Second Bank of the United States. He claimed it was unconstitutional. He was also responsible for the Indian Removal which is ironic because he adopted a native american child named Lyncoya. Jackson almost got assasinated during his presidency. He was also involved in the Nullification Crisis.
Andrew Jackson threatened to invade South Carolina if the state tried to nullify the Tariff. Vice President John Calhoun resigned and went back to South Carolina to work on changing the law. Finally the revised Tariff of 1833 was passed and Jackson did not have to invade South Carolina. The tariff was harmful because those of 1828 and 1832 favored Northern factories and since South Carolina sold its cotton to England, they wanted to buy…
Why did Andrew Jackson support states' rights in the case of the native Americans but not the nullification crisis?
How was the nullification crisis similar to the concerns that brought about the Missouri Compromise?
The Nullification Crisis was a sectional crisis during the presidency of Andrew Jackson created by the Ordinance of Nullification, an attempt by the state of South Carolina to nullify a federal law passed by the United States Congress. The highly protective Tariff of 1828 (also called the "Tariff of Abominations") was enacted into law in 1828 during the presidency of John Quincy Adams. Opposed in the South and parts of New England, the expectation of…
december 25 1895 Andrew jacksons parents said he could be anything he wanted so he became a crack head That was the original answer, but Im gonna make it more specific. Three details I think were a little over-the-top for jackson was- 1. He started the whole nullification crisis 2. He closed down the bank of US 3. He caused many Indian tribes to move out of their lands, thus creating the Trail of Tears