Editors. "US Tariff Act is passed". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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In the United States, a Tariff Act is passed that is less rigid than that of May 1828. However, on 24th November it is rejected by South Carolina, who see it as favouring the north over the south, and they pass an Ordinance of Nulification.
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