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As president, Andrew Jackson decreed that the Indians of Georgia be forcibly ...
As president, Andrew Jackson decreed that the Indians of Georgia be forcibly removed to make way for the exploding white population. His policy set off angry debate in the Senate among such giants as Henry Clay, John Calhoun, and Daniel Webster, and protests from writers in the north like Ralph Waldo Emerson, who represented the growing abolitionist movement. Southern slave owners understood that those protests would not stop with defending a few Indian tribes.
Posted December 12, 2013
I bought this for a 90 year old lady who is blind. She had wanted to read what is in this that is part of her history but never got a chance. She is so happy with this in depth audio book. Very well done book. Many thanks to those who put things like this in audio form. Many thanks Barnes and Noble.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.