Why did Jackson, a southerner, fight South Carolina in the nullification crisis?

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Why did Jackson, a southerner, fight South Carolina in the nullification crisis? How does this serve as a warning for the Civil War?

Jun 2nd, 2015

The main reason why Jackson was a member of nullification is because he had a member in his government. This was the Vice president by the name Calhoun. The practice dropped the economy of the country because there were no advantages associated with the economy of the country.  This was a great warning to many other leaders because it later caused disunity  and civil war among the citizens.

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