Except the Confederacy imposed their own tariffs as the war progressed and restricted non military imports or at least attempted to do so.Wow, you sure do ask a lot of questions! J.R. Anderson may have wanted protective tariffs but unfortunately the Confederate Government outlawed such tariffs in their Constitution. The CSA were free trade advocates and opposed protectionism. The southern states had borne heavy costs before the Civil War from tariffs that protected northern manufacturing at their expense. The southern economy depended on the exportation of agricultural commodities and imported almost all the goods it consumed, either from abroad or from Northern states. Tariffs drastically raised the cost of goods in the Southern states.
Also it's not true that the South opposed tariffs. I already pointed out there were Tariffs on sugar, rice and tobacco all of which tariffs were supported by Southern businesses interests.