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How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies?

Jackson refused to support laws that would set up a national bank.

Jackson supported a strong central government to enforce federal laws.

Jackson thought states should not use federal government funds.

Jackson valued states',but the Union was more important.***

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  2. ok so is D correct then.

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  3. As long as that last one reads states' rights, I think you're right.

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  4. Yes, I think D is the best answer. Jackson was a populist who said he defended states' rights, but "when push came to shove", he supported a strong executive and a strong central government.

    Writeteacher is correct. :)

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  5. These people are wrong. The right answer is A, Jackson refused to support laws that would set up a national bank.

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  6. Yes, it is A I took the test.

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  7. It Isn't A i just took the test and got it wrong

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