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the 1830’s. What is common to both policies? What differentiates them?The main difference between Jefferson’s and Jackson's policies was the idea of integration. Although it was based on no scientific foundings, Jefferson believed that Native Americans, after several generations, could eventually round out to become caucasian. On the other hand, Jackson's experiences in Florida and the south in general led him to believe that the Native Americans were too animalistic to turn civilized.What role did beliefs about race play in the American colonization of Mexican territory, Cuba, the Philippines, Guam and Puerto Rico?The imperialistic expansion of the US in the late 1800's was due largely to the global pressure of European nations colonizing Africa and Asia. Also, the States masked these conquests for mercantile power as attempts to civilize and “save” the savage people. Organizers of the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair put on display people whom they defined as “other.” Although few would do this today, many still see others as