anonymous
  • anonymous
What justification did Southern states use in the 1800s to nullify tariff laws? states' rights right to secession popular sovereignty Kansas-Nebraska Act
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Notamathgenius @dmezzullo
Notamathgenius
  • Notamathgenius
I am pretty sure it would be Popular Sovereignty
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well we're in a bit of a pickle.. Who's correct? haha

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Notamathgenius
  • Notamathgenius
No we are both wrong its Succesion they wanted to leave the nion to get away from all the laws being passed and to make their own rules
Notamathgenius
  • Notamathgenius
Union*
anonymous
  • anonymous
So, B?
Notamathgenius
  • Notamathgenius
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay thank you! Would you happen to know this one? To prepare the country for World War I, what became an early focus of American industrial mass production? ships airplanes automobiles ammunition
dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
or its ammo
Notamathgenius
  • Notamathgenius
I rememer this one lol Ok in ww1 we had a mass production on ammo, guns (anything lethal) Ships we were coming up in the race against time to see what country obviously could do this the fastest, If I had to really get one out there it would have to be Ammo becuase we went through it like nothing.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the first one isn't the right to secession, I just took the test and got that wrong

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