In promoting his policy of Indian removal President Andrew Jackson a defied

In promoting his policy of indian removal president

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In promoting his policy of Indian removal, President Andrew Jackson a. defied rulings of the U.S. Supreme Court that favored the Cherokees.b. admitted that the action would destroy native American culture and society.c. acted against the advice of his cabinet and his military commanders in the Southeast.d. hoped to split the Cherokees apart from their allies such as the Creeks and Seminoles. ___ 5. ___ 6. ___ 7. ___ 8. ___9. The end result of Jackson’s policies concerning the Native Americans was In theory, the U.S. government treated the Native American tribes east of the Mississippi Riveras ___ 10.
Kennedy Ch. 13 Homework Packet Page 4 ___ 11. John C. Calhoun’s theory of “nullification” was based on the idea that The concept of a political “revolution of 1828” rests on a. the radical Jacksonian call for a redistribution of wealth and an end to slavery.b. the weakening of elite control of politics and the increased involvement of ordinary votersin the political process.c. the riots and political violence that accompanied Jackson’s rise to power.d. the weakening of the power of party machines to control the political process. ___ 12.___13. One of the central beliefs of the new Jacksonian democracy was that

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