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Unit 8 Part 2

8th grade

What was Jackson's response to the Supreme Court ruling in Worchester v. Georgia when it was decided that the state of Georgia did not have the right to force the Cherokees off of their lands? "If John Marshall wants to enforce the law, let him do it."
How did Jackson feel about South Carolina claiming to have states' rights to nullify a federal law they opposed? He felt like it was against the Constitution that supported the federal government having supreme power over the states
Jackson was a president of the common man. How was he able to come back and win the presidency in 1828? More common people were allowed to vote in 1828 - no longer did you have to be property owners
The debate over nullification was basically a fundamental disagreement over... federal power vs. state power
How was the Nullification Crisis settled? Henry Clay created a compromise that lowered the tariff and South Carolina backed down
Why do you think the U.S. government issued the Tariff of 1828? To encourage Americans to buy Northern made manufactured goods by making the prices on foreign imports more expensive
Why were farmers in the South so opposed to the tariff? They were selling their cotton to Europe and buying most of their manufactured goods from Europe. They were paying more.
Worcester v. Georgia Supreme Court case decided in favor of the Cherokee, but Jackson refused to enforce the law
Why would the state of Georgia and the federal government push so hard to have the Indians removed from Georgia and moved to Oklahoma (Indian Territory)? Land for settlers to move west and plenty of natural resources such as gold that had just been discovered in Georgia
Created by: ddriskill



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