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Which of the following championed nationalism and denounced nullification? A. John C. Calhoun B. Henry Clay C. Andrew Jackson D. Daniel Webster
C. Andrew Jackson
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User: Which of the following championed nationalism and denounced nullification? A. John C. Calhoun B. Henry Clay C. Andrew Jackson D. Daniel Webster

Weegy: C. Andrew Jackson
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User: Which of the following was an immediate cause of the Panic of 1837?

User: Which of the following was an immediate cause of the Panic of 1837? A. Congress lowered protective tariffs. B. The first Bank of the United States closed. C. President Jackson allocated too much money to the American System. D. The federal government stopped accepting paper money for the purchase

Weegy: B. The first Bank of the United States closed was an immediate cause of the Panic of 1837.
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