Lonnie Bunch: What motivated South Carolina to secede so quickly?

South Carolina was always a state where slavery and issues of race dominated its political structure, cultural life and economy. Slavery was so embedded in everything in South Carolina that it made sense for them to lead the secession movement.

In the 1830s South Carolina lead a nullification crisis where they attempted to threaten the United States over a tariff which they thought would affect slavery.

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