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What was south carolinas basic argument basic agrument for nullification?

South Carolina's basic argument for nullification was that states had the right to declare federal laws unconstitutional and therefore null and void within their borders, as outlined in Thomas Jefferson and James Madison's Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions. They believed that the Constitution was a compact among the states and that states had the ultimate authority to determine the constitutionality of federal laws.


South Carolinas passage of the Ordinance of Nullification in 1832 was based on the idea that?

States had the authority to ignore federal laws.


What did Andrew Jackson do in response to south carolinas nullification?

Jackson threatened to send federal troops to South Carolina to force them to comply with the law. Jackson did send troops.


What did the argument of John C Calhoun in support of nullification in 1828 do?

Helped the North at the expense of the South. (apex)


An argument of John c Calhoun in support of nullification was that the 1828 tariff?

Helped the north at the expense of the south


What was South Carolina's argument for nullification?

That a state had the right to ignore a law, if it thought the law was unconstitutional


How did southerners view the idea of state rights and nullification?

north= nullification is good south= nullification is bad


Where was the Loyalist strength was strongest?

In the south, especially Georgia and the carolinas.


Where Loyalists strength was strongest?

In the south, especially Georgia and the carolinas.


Is Bermuda north or south of carolinas?

South


What South Carolinas first capital?

Charleston


Where was south carolinas colony located?

in the southern