American History

What was the political impact of the Nullification Crisis?

The Nullification Crisis eliminated the executive branch’s authority over states.

The Nullification Crisis led to the promotion of federal power over states’ rights.

The Nullification Crisis nullified popular sovereignty’s connection to forced servitude.

The Nullification Crisis brought forth the notion that secession was constitutional.


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