1. my great uncle, because he was a great person, and i never got to meet him. he would teach me a bunch of stuff about the wilderness. he's dead : t
2. my pet dog wolf, a shiba inu. also my profile picture. best dog a man could ever ask for. if you wanna know the story behind my nickname, send me a message.
3. my grandfather, he's not dead, but he lives in georgia, and he only travels to where we live once a year. we don't get to see him often. : t
1. seán william mcloughlin. fellow irishman and leprechaun. love his videos, watch him all the time.
2. captain-sauce. love his videos too.
3. mark edward fischbach. love his videos as well.
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the south carolina ordinance of nullification was enacted into law on november 24, 1832. as far as south carolina was concerned, there was no tariff. a line had been drawn. would president jackson dare to cross it?
jackson rightly regarded this states-rights challenge as so serious that he asked congress to enact legislation permitting him to use federal troops to enforce federal laws in the face of nullification. fortunately, an armed confrontation was avoided when congress, led by the efforts of henry clay, revised the tariff with a compromise bill. this permitted the south carolinians to back down without "losing face."
in retrospect, jackson's strong, decisive support for the union was one of the great moments of his presidency. if nullification had been successful, could secession have been far behind?