Andrew Jackson and the Cherokee

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As selfish and egocentric as his view was, he knew what the was going to do, and being president of this powerful nation not much any one nation could do to stop him let alone the nation of a tribe. To any logically thinking person the senate wasn’t a roadblock to Jackson it was a mere bump in the road...
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Even the Cherokee tribe knew what power he possessed. That is why the smart two thousand Cherokee, “resigned themselves to the inevitable, asked their belongings, and headed west” (AJ vs. the CN). The rest ignorantly stuck behind because they had faith in the false hope that John Ross would be their savior...
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