Project #94844 - peer response

I need peer response  for this((The Kentucky-Virginia Resolutions, drafted by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, took the stance that the states had the rights to rule the passing of bills and laws in Congress as unconstitutional. In this case it was the Alien and Sedition Acts that were believed to be unconstitutional. This would be the starting point in the evolution to exorcizing the ultimate state action, succession.

During this time, as the South continued with farming, plantations, and slavery, the North was transitioning into industrialization. This was the beginning of the creation on a great division soon to face the country.  Out of these disagreements as well as others, such as tariffs with Britain, among the northern and southern states the greatest dispute was of slavery. This eventually led to the Mason-Dixon Line where slavery was banned north of it. This, and new non-slavery formed territories in the West added to the concerns of the South about their representation and control in the federal government. 
Abraham Lincoln’s largely successful anti-slavery campaign which elected him as president eventually not soon after, led to the succession of South Carolina on December 20th, 1960. The succession was a buildup of concerning events for the South. I believe that succession was indeed a valid and legal response. The southern states did not believe that the government was giving the country as a whole fair representation, albeit I don’t agree with what they were disputing their rights over.))

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