Tariff Act of 1828

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Tariff Act of 1828

Tariff Act 4 Stat. 270 (1828)

United States Constitution

According to the Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, about its article titled “Tariff Act 4 Stat. 270 (1828)”: Known as the “Tariff of Abominations,” this act was designed to embarrass john quincy adams and help andrew jackson win the Presidency. Jacksonians controlling the House Committee on Manufactures wrote a tariff with excessively high duties for iron, hemp, flax, and
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