Ironically, the presentation guests receive at The Hermitage mirrors that of Jackson himself – a mixture of the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Category Archives: Nullification
The inclination to grant monopoly power to the federal government in order to define the extent of its own authority has proven disastrous. Instead, we can bring about the potential of nullification with the understanding that liberty is more likely to exist when localities are spurred to act as a bulwark of resistance against federal overreach. The catalyst for this remedy must always be the individual.
The southern aristocracy actually scorned nullification to such an extent that notable Confederate leaders wrote of its alarming affect, and distanced themselves from such principles. Leading confederates – in their own words – attacked and denounced nullification. Learn the truth.