Andrew JAckson

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Jackson disagreed, stating that nullification was a form of treason. Also, Jackson chose Martin Van Buren to succeed him in the White House. This was due to Van Buren endearing himself to a family that Calhoun's wife had kept out of the social world. Another issue that was a black eye on the presidency of Jackson, was his treatment of the Indians...
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Jackson saw the Indians as a sub-class of people. They were more of a nuisance than anything else. Jackson wanted to push the Indians west of the Mississippi. Jackson even resorted to force in a few instances when the Indians would not comply. The forcing of Native Americans to move from their homelands was referred to as the Trail of Tears...
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