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What was the impact the civil war had on South Carolina?

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  1. this is an essay question

    The 10th Amendment of the Constitution does give each state the right to make its own laws, as long as they don't go against federal law. The North and South disagreed about how powerful those federal laws should be. In 1832, South Carolina almost seceded over this argument in the Nullification Crisis. South Carolina wanted the right to nullify, or cancel, a federal tax that was hurting its economy.

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  2. You may wish to read your assigned text materials. They usually explain the question(s). Failing that, here are several articles on the topic:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=south+carolina+during+reconstruction

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  3. Did the nullification crisis of 1832 come before or after the Civil War? Your answer is way off base.

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