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Cons Diputes&Crises


Tariff of Abominations Southerners didn’t like it because it didn’t support their economy but northerners loved it because it supported their manufacturing.
Nationalist Having pride in your home country
Nullification The act in which states can get rid of any federal law that is unconstitutional
Secession A state separating itself from the other states
Unconstitutional Not in ordinance with a political constitution
Union the northern during the civil war and never separated the U.S. were apart of this
Industrialization when a society goes from being agriculturally dependant to being a society based on manufacturing.
Whig Nationalists who wanted a strong federal government manage the economy
Protestants a member of any western christian churches, which include baptist, Lutheran, or Presbyterian
John Quincy Adams The sixth president of the United States and served from 1825 to 1829. Also he was a diplomat, senator, and a member of the House of Representatives
Andrew Jackson The seventh president of the United States and served from 1829 to 1835. Funded the democratic party and supported individual liberty.
Martin Van Buren The eighth president of the United States and served from 1837 to 1841. He was also the eighth vice president and secretary of state.
Created by: blake730