-act of 1830
-the land west of the missippi was perfect to push away all the indians
-he persuaded congress to approve the act
-he thought it was perfect and what was right. they have their place and we have our place.
-democracy- self ade men didn't extend to other races jackson- burrow of indian affairs (BIA) states began to pass laws against native americans, the cherokee nation sued, and the supreme court said they are not foreign nation the next year that was changed in worschter v. gorgeia
GA had no force agint the cherokee nation jackson was not president during the trail of tears but that is what i coming up shortly jackson sided with sttes like gorgia john marshall made his decision, let him come and enforce it- Jackson. there were times where presidents didn't want to do what the supreme court told them to. native americans were then forced to cross the mississippi river they were only pushing the ones that had not conformed when it comes to states rigths, jckson believed in states right but not if it threaten to break up the union.
SC didn't like the 1828 tariff and wanted to test john c calhouns theory that said that if a state wished to follow a federal law they could.
SC beleive if the law harms them, then they can just ignore it. daniel webster argued with hayne that states can't ignore the constitution or federal laws. if you hve the SC point of veiw, then the FBI is watching you. jackson declared his own position at a dinner, as a toast our federal union, it must be preserved. jackson the union next to our liberties is what is dear- hayne they were afraid of getting rid of slavery if they pass a