Jackson’s Proclamation to the People

In general how does AJ view the idea that according to SC, that the people of that state can nullify a federal law?

What 2 options does SC or any state have if it disagrees with a federal law?

What common sense argument does AJ offer to oppose idea that any state can nullify a law?

How does the nullification idea violate the idea, spirit, and exact wording of the Const?

How does AJ handle the argument that the laws operate unequally in the various states?

After he claims that Congress had the right to pass the law, how might this be changed?

What does he mean that if SC could nullify the law it would be exercising power over the other states?

How does AJ confront the right to secede stated in the nullification theory?