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Nullification was the idea that states could nullify, or void, what? A. Any federal law it felt was unconstitutional B. Any treaty it felt was unconstitutional C. The citizenship of any American D. Any other state's law it felt was unconstitutional
Nullification was the idea that states could nullify, or void: Any federal law it felt was unconstitutional.
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Nullification was the idea that states could nullify, or void: Any federal law it felt was unconstitutional.
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