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The tariff of 1857 lowered considerably the Walker Tariff of 1846 to an average of 17%. It lasted for three years until it was raised by the Morrill Tariff of 1861.

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Sharp economic decline that increased northern demands for a high tariff and convinced southerners that the North was economically vulnerable?

panic of 1857


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How did the panic of 1857 make civil war more likely?

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Scornful southern term for the high tariff of 1828?

Tariff of Abominations


What are types of tariff with an example of its use?

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He signed the highest tariff in us history?

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What is the tariff that southerners viewed as helping the north at the south's exspense?

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