Andrew Jackson Is Void
Why Jackson Is Insignificant to the Success of America
Worcester v. Georgia
Worcester v. Georgia was a case in 1832 that was decided by the Supreme Court. In this case, Chief Justice John Marshall laid out his opinion saying that he does not agree with the removal of the Native Americans. President Andrew Jackson went against the great John Marshall and responded, "John Marshall has made his decision; now let him enforce it! ... Build a fire under them. When it gets hot enough, they'll go."
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