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What tariff act was passed under Chester Alan Arthur?

It was called the Mongrel Tariff of 1883. It was a compromise which lowered tariffs slightly but satisfied nobody.

How was the nullification in 1833 resolved?

A compromise tariff, supported by President Jackson, was passed.

How was the Nullification Crisis 1833 in resolved?

A compromise tariff, supported by President Jackson, was passed.

How much control does the president have over the tariff?

No the President can not set tariffs. Tariffs would require a bill to be passed which can only be done by the Congress.

How did the tariff crisis lead to the Nullification Act?

The high tariff meant that Southerners had to pay more for imports. Many people thought that the tariff was unconstitutional. Anger against the tariff increased in the South. Congress passed a new tariff in 1832 that lowered the rate slightly. South Carolina was not satisfied. It passed the Nullification Act, which declared the new tariff illegal. US President Andrew Jackson sent US troops to South Carolina to enforce Federal tariff laws.

What is the veto power of the president of the Philippines?

The veto power of the president of the Philippines is the ability to reject bills passed by Congress. The president can also veto specific items in appropriation, revenue, or tariff bills.

What tariff legislation was passed by the US Congress in 1930?

In 1930, for example, the U.S. Congress passed the Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act.

What tariff passed in 1930 destroyed all foreign trade?

Smoot-Hawley Tariff

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When congress passed the Underwood tariff bill in 1913 it intend the legislation to?

lower tariff rates

Why did congress pass the Underwood tariff?

The underwood tariff was passed to help bring in and make up for lost revenue. They reduced tariffs and slowly introduced the income tax..

What was the highest ever passed in the nation's peacetime history?

The highest tariff ever passed in the nation's peacetime history was the Compromise Tariff(tariff of 1833) proposed by John C. Calhoun and Henry Clay to resolve the Nullification Crisis.