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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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We will not give up our forms of political speech to the grammarians of the school of nullification.
It threatens his whole doctrine of compact, and its darling derivatives, nullification and secession, with instant confutation.
Does he not see how cogently he might be asked, whether it be the character of nullification to practise what it preaches?
And so this doctrine, running but a short career, like other dogmas of the day, terminates in nullification.
Since the days of Andrew Jackson the word "nullification" has had an ugly and dangerous sound.
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The want of such power was the very ground on which South Carolina passed the nullification acts of 1832.
The absurdity of the Kentucky resolutions does not end with the nullification theory.
The convention neither asserted nor suggested nullification or secession, but proposed amendments to the Constitution.
This should be conclusive that Virginia republicanism in no way countenanced nullification.
Indeed it was a question in South Carolina itself who first discovered this doctrine of nullification.

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