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How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies? (5 points)


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' rights, but the Union was more important.

I think it is A or D. Not for sure tho!z

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  1. https://www.jiskha.com/questions/1588715/How-did-the-Nullification-Crisis-reflect-Andrew-Jacksons-policies-Jackson-refused

  2. Can you please explain why the answer is D

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  3. I still dont understand

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  4. In the post I linked, Reed explained why D is correct.

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