Chapter 10-pgs 317-323 - A.P US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs...

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A.P. US                      Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 317 – 323
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Nullification Calhoun Calhoun’s Supporters Down His Ideas on Government Taxing Southern Fears Jackson VS. Calhoun Jackson’s Plans Tariff of 1832 Calhoun Stabbed Jackson in the   Back in 1818 - The tariff of 1828 put Jackson and his VP, Calhoun (who entered congress in  1811 as a war hawk and supported the protectionist tariff of 1816) against each  other - During the 1820s Calhoun gradually became the states’ rights sectionalist with  reasons such as support of the tariff for national defense, to make US  independent from Britain, but by 1826 few saw the need for national defense as  priority - He also wanted to be president and Jackson said he would be in for only 1 term,  and Calhoun assumed he would succeed him, but for that he had to maintain  support of native SC and south in general - During 1820s due to the cotton growth in the south, the income in Sc declined and  the people blamed the tariffs for that, and also this drove the demand for British 
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course HISTORY History taught by Professor Mr.beckler during the Spring '10 term at Alabama State University.

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