Andrew Jackson nullification and the state-rights tradition

Andrew Jackson nullification and the state rights tradition The Berkeley Series in American History

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  • Title: Andrew Jackson nullification and the state-rights tradition
  • Author: Charles Sellers
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  • Page: 229
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