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Which of these statements best describes President Jackson's views on nullification?

President Jackson wanted to give the power of government back to the states.

President Jackson did not believe a state could legally leave the Union.

President Jackson stated that the Constitution should be amended to allow a state to leave the Union.

President Jackson believed in the right of a state to voluntarily leave the Union.

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