Jackson & Calhoun
An ill-matched president and vice-president
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President Andrew Jackson and his Vice-President John C. Calhoun exchanged the following toasts in 1830 referring to what crisis?
Jackson: "Our federal Union, it must be preserved."
Calhoun : "The Union, next to our liberty, the most dear."
A) Peggy Eaton Affair
B) War Over the U.S. Bank
C) Nullification conflict in South Carolina
D) Removal of the Cherokee Indians
E) Worcester v. Georgia Supreme Court decision by John Marshall
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