I'm not going to do your homework for you but I will address the issue of tariffs. The tariff was not a cause of the civil war. The question of how high the tariff on impoted manufatured goods should be was a point of contention between the agricultural south and the industrializing north in the years before the war. The north weanted a high tariff and the south wanted a low tariff. It only reached a level of a crisis once though, whenthretened to secede over the tariff in 1832. No other state supported her in her position though and she backed down, although the tariff was also reduced. In comparison the Union was frequently thretened with dismemberment over the slaver question and several important compromises had to be made to keep it together. Four of the Southern states issued declarations of causes along with their instruments of secession in order to explain why they were taking that step (you can find them on the web). They all focus alost solely on slavery. Only one of them even mentions the tariff and that only to cite the tariff as an issue that had been settled to Southern satisfaction and as an example of how the slavery question ought to have been handled. Michael Montagne
fugitive slave law 3/5 cause not to out law slavery until 1808
Abraham Lincoln won the election of 1860 with a platform against slavery in the territories but for tariffs a transcontinental railroad and a Homestead Act.
Tariffs, the 10th amendment, slavery, and cultural differences.
Tariffs, state's rights, and slavery.
Slavery, state's rights, cultural differences, and tariffs.
because of tariffs, a tax on imported goods, slavery, etc.
Tariffs, state's rights, slavery, and cultural differences.
The causes were tariffs, the 10th amendment, and slavery. The effects were the south temporarily leaving the union, abolishment of slavery, and much bloodshed.
here are a few: conflict over states' rights, slavery, tariffs
The constitiutional issuses during the civil war were, states rights, slavery, south wanting to be separate from the north and tariffs.The constitiutional issuses during the civil war were, states rights, slavery, south wanting to be separate from the north and tariffs.
Tariffs, culture, Lincoln's election, state's rights, and slavery.
Slavery, tariffs, 10th amendment (states rights), cultural differences, etc.
The compromise that the Framers reached on the issues of the tariffs and slavery were, to lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts, and Excises, also to regulate the Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several Sates, and with the Indian Tribes. So the Constitution gave Congress the power to place tariffs on imports, and the Congress was also given the power to control both the interstate and foreign trade. So to agreement with the Southern delegates the Framers from the North agreed to the Southern demands on slavery issue.
They were arguing about the slavery and tariffs of the country. Webster opposed tariffs at first, but then came to like them for the industry
Tariffs, land, and slavery divided the nation into sectional interests.
Tariffs, state's rights, slavery, cultural differences, and Lincoln's election.
far and away, slavery; to a lesser extent, tariffs and states' rights
Although die-hard "lost cause" modern confederates don't like it, Lincoln was a moderate on tariffs until the War required higher tariffs to finance it. Lincoln was originally a Whig and a Midwesterner where moderate tariffs were the accepted view. The fact that everyone knows Lincoln's views on slavery but almost no one correctly knows his views on tariffs helps to demonstrate that the Civil War was not about tariffs.
The SOUTH wanted slavery and LINCOLN was against slavery (he was for the NORTH). The CIVIL WAR actually started because of high tariffs... Most people mistake that matter for slavery!
Because of sectionalism which was caused by secession, states' rights, protective tariffs, Lincoln's election, and slavery.
States' rights, unfair tariffs, and unfair representation in congress. Slavery was but a minor issue in 1861.
States rightsThe extension of slaveryTariffs
When the Southern states succeeded, it meant the North were no longer collecting their cotton export tariffs.
States' rights, unfair tariffs, unfair congressional representation, and lastly of minor importance in 1861, slavery.