What were the primary political and economic issues involved in the Nullification Crisis Cite documents to support your response.
The Nullification Crisis was the first real secession crisis in U.S. history. It was caused by a tariff, or import duty, on foreign goods. The idea was to spur American manufacturing, and with that in mind the tariff was passed by congress in 1828.
Although northern manufacturers loved how it encouraged people to buy more American made products, it did result in a slow down of trade with other nations. This angered southerners,...
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