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Question

What key issues were at the heart of the arguments over Indian removal? HELPP

A The wealth of a few individuals versus the right of individual freedom

B The rule of law in a new land and the question of liberty for all people

C The exploitation of natural resources and the removal of undesirable people

C The white settlers desire for more land and the Native Americans' independence

2 Answer

  • the answer is B hope it helps

  • The correct answer is B) The rule of law in a new land and the question of liberty for all people.

    Deciding whether or not to remove Indians from their native lands became a difficult issue in American society, especially during the early part of the 19th century. On one hand, many white farmers wanted these lands in order to be self sufficient and to prosper. However, on the other hand, critics argued that in this new nation the government should not be taking away land from individuals. This would be a clear violation of the America's values of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all people.

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