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WHAT WERE THE DEMOGRAPHICS IN CANADA BEFORE THE GREAT MIGRATION? HOW DID THIS CHANGE IN 1850? HAS TO BE ANSWERD BY TOMROW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
why wa seizing control of the mississippi river an important stratery of the union navy
how many states supported tilden
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?
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?
which South Carolina threatened to nullify which federal act?
The 1860 republican platform, on which Abraham Lincoln ran for the presidency did not include a Demand for:
Jackson mass appeal can be partly explained by the fact that:
The strength of Jackson executive leadership is shown by:
The principal that United the whigs was
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