This week you learned about the Nullification Crisis, which was the most serious threat to national unity before the Civil War (1861-1865). The introductory headnote to the primary source South Carolina Refuses the Tarif tells us that the Nullification Crisis was a dispute regarding tariffs in the United States; however, the headnote also points out that a much more significant issue was at stake in the Crisis.
In this discussion, please respond to the three bolded points below by 11 PM on Thursday, April 2.
Summarize South Carolina’s argument for nullification.
What is the larger issue at stake in the Nullification Crisis?
Why do you think this larger issue would escalate into a civil war in the United States?
After your initial response, please reply to at least one classmate. In your replies to classmates, you will:
Provide feedback on their summary of South Carolina’s argument for nullification
If you believe your classmate’s summary is correct, please point out the reasons why the summary is correct
If you believe your classmate’s summary is incorrect, politely point out the reasons why the summary is incorrect
Agree or disagree with your classmate’s assessment about the larger issue at stake escalating into a civil war
If you agree with your classmate’s assessment, then please explain why
If you disagree with your classmate’s assessment, then please explain why
The replies to your classmates are due by 11 PM on Sunday, April 5.
This assignment will be worth 10 points (5 points for your initial response; 5 points for your response to at least one classmate; Please see the grading rubric for guidance on what is expected for full credit. Click the “snowman” icon (3 vertical dots in the upper left corner of the screen), then select “Show Rubric.” Mobile users: Click Grades, then click into the Discussion. The rubric can then be found on the Grades tab.).
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