How did John Calhoun react to the Tariff of 1828?

A. He used his power as Vice President to influence President Jackson to oppose the tariff.
B. He led a charge to impose sticker regulations on the second bank of the United States.
C. He devised a force bill allowing the president the right to use the army to enforce the tariff.
D. He claimed that states had the right to cancel any federal law deemed unconstitutional.

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  1. Read lots, and let us know what you decide.


    posted by Writeacher
  2. I believe its d, since Calhoun believed that states could reject federal laws that they thought violated the constitution

    posted by Kat

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