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What did Andrew Jackson say he was going to use to keep south Carolina in the Union?


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Not entirely sure of this, but think the answer might be that a dual presidency of South Carolina was proposed in order to try to ensure that South Carolina stayed in the Union.

If anyone knows different then please add a relevant comment here!

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