Cherokee Indians Pros And Cons

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Jackson’s administrational decision to remove the Cherokee Indians was a change encompassing moral, political, constitutional, and practical changes, disregarding prior administrations’ concerns for his personal agenda. The Native Americans were at peace with the prior Administration and were happy with their land. When Jackson took office, he passed the Indian Removal Act of 1830 which evicted the Native Americans from their land, which angered them and could have brought about fighting. The Indians were further irritated when they tried to sue in Federal Court but were denied in Cherokee Nation Vs. Georgia. They were more satisfied when they won the Worcester vs. Georgia case. Regarding political ideas and the ideas of the American Constitution
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