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Why was Daniel Webster against states' rights? A) He saw the independence of states as a threat to the Union. B) He wanted states to have the power to void federal laws.
C) He felt that the Union of the United States was an agreement among sovereign or independent states. ?
Daniel was against them because )A He saw the independence of states as a threat to the Union
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User: Why was Daniel Webster against states' rights? A) He saw the independence of states as a threat to the Union. B) He wanted states to have the power to void federal laws. C) He felt that the Union of the United States was an agreement among sovereign or independent states. ?

Weegy: Daniel was against them because )A He saw the independence of states as a threat to the Union
Expert answered|MrG|Points 2400|

User: Why did Clay and Webster bring the Bank of the United States charter up for renewal early? A) Jackson said he would approve the charter if it was passed by Congress. B) They wanted to make sure that the bank was not an issue in the upcoming election. C) Clay and Webster were not reelected and this was their last chance to influence Congress. D) They hoped Jackson would lose votes as a result of his response to the charter renewal.

Weegy: Why did Clay and Webster bring the Bank of the United States charter up for renewal early? D) They hoped Jackson would lose votes as a result of his response to the charter renewal. [ "If Jackson signed it, he would alienate his worshipful western followers. If he vetoed it, as seemed certain, he would presumably lose the presidency in the forthcoming election by alienating the wealthy and influential groups in the East." ]
Expert answered|MrG|Points 2400|

User: Why did Adams want to pass a tariff on imported manufactured goods? A) The British were charging high tariffs on imported American goods in England. B) He needed to raise money for internal improvements. C) Southerners demanded Congress pass the tariff. D) He wanted to protect American manufacturers.

Weegy: Adams want to pass a tariff on imported manufactured goods because he wanted to protect American manufacturers.
Expert answered|eula_marie|Points 54|

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