Answer to Question #149360 in History for ana trujillo

Question #149360

1) Under what grounds does Daniel Webster (Document #1) oppose the ability of a state to nullify federal laws, also known as the Doctrine of Nullification? What justifications does South Carolina (Document #2) employ to defend their decision to nullify federal laws? In comparing these two primary documents, whose arguments regarding the concept of nullification are most persuasive to you and why?2) In examining the 1851 political cartoon (Document #3), how are Southerners arguing against


2)Northern protests of the 1850 Fugitive Slave Act? To what extent does this image relate to the

issues raised regarding nullification in Documents #1 and #2? How does the 1856 political

cartoon (Document #4) relate to the issues arising from the Kansas-Nebraska Act? To what

extent did slavery complicate the process and politics of westward expansion in the 1840s and

1850s?


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2020-12-06T17:54:10-0500
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