Answer to Question #90120 in History for Ryan

Answer to Question #90120 in History for Ryan

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Question #90120

In the Nullification Controversy, some Southerners took the position that

A) the federal government had the right to nullify state laws that interfered with the right to hold slaves as property
B)the federal courts had the right to nullify acts of Congress that restricted the spread of slavery to new territory's
C) the states had the right to nullify acts of the federal government they deemed unconstitutional
D) Southern states had the right to nullify laws of Northern states interfering with the capture of escaped slaves

Expert’s answer

C) the states had the right to nullify acts of the federal government they deemed unconstitutional

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