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rqxyh6 Outbreak of the war S rqxyh6 ecession crisisThe rqxyh6 election of Lincoln caused the rqxyh6 legislature of South Carolina to call a state convention to rqxyh6 consider rqxyh6 secession. Prior to the war, South rqxyh6 Carolina did more than any other Southern state to rqxyh6 advance the notion that a state had the right to nullify federal laws and, even, secede from t he United States. The convention summoned unanimously voted to secede on December 20, 1860 and adopted the "Declaration of the Immediate Causes Which I rqxyh6 nduce and Justify the Secession of South Carolina from the Federal Union". It argued for states' rights for slave owne rqxyh6 rs in the South, but contained a complaint about states' rights in the North in the form of o rqxyh6 pposition to the Fugitive Slave Act, claiming that rqxyh6 Northern stat rqxyh6 es were not fulfilling their federal rqxyh6 obligations under the C rqxyh6 onstitution. The "cotton states" of Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas followed suit, seceding in January and February 1861.Among the ordinances of secession passed by the individual states, those of three â" Texas, Alabama, and Virginia â" specifica lly mentioned the plight of the 'slaveholding states' at the hands of northern abolitionists. The rest make no mention of the slavery issue, and are often brief rqxyh6 announcements of the rqxyh6 dissolution of ties by the legislatures. However, at least four states â" South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia, and Texas â" also pass ed lengthy and detailed rqxyh6 explanations of their causes for rqxyh6 secession, all of which laid the blame rqxyh6 squarely on the rqxyh6 movement to abolish slavery and that mo rqxyh6 vement's influence over the politics of the northern states. The southern states believed slaveholding was a constitutional right because of the Fugiti ve s rqxyh6 lave clause of the Constitution.These states agreed to form a new federal rqxyh6 government, the Confederate States of America, on February 4, 1861. They took control of federal forts and ot her p rqxyh6 roperties within their boundaries with little resistance from outgoing President James Buchanan, whose term ended on March 4, 1861. Buchanan said tha t the Dred Scott decision w rqxyh6 as proof that the South had no reason f rqxyh6 or secession, and that the Union "... was intended to be perpetual," but that, "The power by force of arms to compel a State to remain in the Union," was not among the ".. rqxyh6 . enumerated powers granted to Congress." One quarter of the U.S. Army â" the entire garrison in Texas â" was rqxyh6 surrendered in February 1861 to state forces by it rqxyh6 s rqxyh6 commanding general, David E. Twiggs, who then joined the Confederacy. As rqxyh6 Southerners resigned their seats in the rqxyh6 Senate and the House, rqxyh6 Republicans were able to pass bills for projects that had been blocked by Southern Senator s before the war, including the Morrill Tariff, land grant colleges (the Morill Act), a Homestead Act, a rqxyh6 transcontinental railroad (the Pacific Railway Acts ), the N rqxyh6 ational Banking Act and the rqxyh6 authorization of United States Notes by the Legal rqxyh6 Tender Act of 1862. The Revenue Act of 1861 introduced the income tax to help finance the warOn rqxyh6 December 18, 1860, the Crittenden rqxyh6 Compromise was proposed to re-establish the Missouri rqxyh6 Compromise line by rqxyh6 constitutionally rqxyh6 banning slavery in territorie s to the north of the line while rqxyh6 guaranteeing it to the south. The adoption of this rqxyh6 compromise likely would have rqxyh6 prevented the secession of every south ern state apart from South Carolina, but Lincoln and the Republicans rejected it. It was then proposed to hold rqxyh6 a national referendum on the compromise. The Republicans again rejected the idea, although a majority of both Northerners and Southerners would have voted in rqxyh6 favor of it. A pre-war February Peace Conference of 1861 met in Washington, proposing a solution similar to that of the rqxyh6 Crittenden compromise, it was rejected by Congress. The Republicans rqxyh6 proposed an rqxyh6 alternative compromise to not interfere with slavery where it e rqxyh6 xisted but the South regarded it as rqxyh6 insufficient. rqxyh6 Nonetheless, the remaining eig ht slave states rejected pleas to join the rqxyh6 Confederacy following a two-to-one no-vote in Virginia's First Secessionist Convention on April 4, 1861.On Ma rch 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as President. In his rqxyh6 inaugural address, he argued that the rqxyh6 Constitution was a more perfect union than the earlier Articles of rqxyh6 Confederation and rqxyh6 Perpetual Union, that it was a rqxyh6 binding contract, and called any rqxyh6 secession "legally void". He had no rqxyh6 intent to invade South