History of the American Nation by William J. Jackman, Vol. 7

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Author: William James Jackman

Nullification, or Calhoun Party

After the disruption of the Jackson cabinet, in 1831, Calhoun endeavored to form a party of his own, with a view to obtaining a presidential nomination. He became active in South Carolina and Georgia, encouraging slave owners to stand against the administration. He also advocated resistance to the tariff laws. The Nullification Party disappeared in 1833.

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Chicago: William James Jackman, "Nullification, or Calhoun Party," History of the American Nation by William J. Jackman, Vol. 7 in William J. Jackman, Jacob H. Patton, and Rossiter Johnson. History of the American Nation, 9 Vols. (Chicago: K. Gaynor, 1911), Pp.2046-2038 Original Sources, accessed April 25, 2018, http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=D2SB9248RHJN9VS.

MLA: Jackman, William James. "Nullification, or Calhoun Party." History of the American Nation by William J. Jackman, Vol. 7, in William J. Jackman, Jacob H. Patton, and Rossiter Johnson. History of the American Nation, 9 Vols. (Chicago: K. Gaynor, 1911), Pp.2046-2038, Original Sources. 25 Apr. 2018. www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=D2SB9248RHJN9VS.

Harvard: Jackman, WJ, 'Nullification, or Calhoun Party' in History of the American Nation by William J. Jackman, Vol. 7. cited in , William J. Jackman, Jacob H. Patton, and Rossiter Johnson. History of the American Nation, 9 Vols. (Chicago: K. Gaynor, 1911), Pp.2046-2038. Original Sources, retrieved 25 April 2018, from http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=D2SB9248RHJN9VS.