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The complaints of Native Americans

The complaints of Native Americans, western farmers, and African Americans in the

later 19th century are the result of too little government action. When problems began to

arise in the West, only then did the American Government hastily find even more

disputable solutions. The government did not attempt to aid the Indians, farmers, or

African Americans before there situations became worse enough to definitely need

fixing. Also when the government made their decisions, they were only beneficial for

one side and not the other. All that the Indians, farmers, and African Americans wanted

were their own shares of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, the natural rights

When President Andrew Jackson applied the Indian Removal Act, he believed

that the lands west of the Mississippi would permanently remain "Indian country.aE...

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