Missouri Compromise & Nullification Crisis

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Missouri Compromise

Missouri was passed in 1820.

Missouri Compromise

John W. Taylor made Missouri into a slave state on January 26, 1819.

Missouri Compromise

The 2 houses were at odd not only on the issue of slavery.

Nullification Crisis

It was declared by the power of the federal Tariffs of 1828 & 1832.

Nullification Crisis

Tariff of 1816 had some protective features.

Nullification Crisis

White House signed the bill on March 25, 1824.

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