You do not blend in nor make well with other Americans so you must be relocated.
But we love this land and it is needed for our practices!
I am part of the North and believe that you should keep paying taxes like the tariff says.
I am part of the South and believe that we should have the power to nullify the tariff!!
I want to recharter the against the National Bank of America!
That sounds like a terrible idea because it will hurt our economy.
Although the Americans followed through with the Indian Removal in order to keep a stable nation, the Indian Removal was not fair because the Americans dehumanized and viewed the Natives as an obstacle, the Natives were being moved to more crowded and worse land, and the Americans did not validate nor listen to the Natives argument to keep their old land.
The North and South never physically fought in the Nullification Crisis. However, the Nullification Crisis demonstrated the growing divide between the North and South because it caused the debate to determine a state's right to deem laws unconstitutional, it gave the North more income and taxed the South when buying European and Northern goods through the Tariff of 1828, and Andrew Jackson tried his hardest to keep the union united and preserved at all costs.
Although, it favored the rich and did not benefit the lower class, The Bank of the United States should not have been rechartered because the value of US money would be deflated, it was ineffective and unpopular at the time, and President Jackson did not have the ability to determine whether the charter was unconstitutional.
Andrew Jackson claimed to be a man of the people and stand for the commoners. However, Andrew Jackson should be known as King Andrew because he forced Natives to relocate with the Indian Removal Act, he wanted to keep the union with violence, and Jackson rechartered the Bank of the United States for unjust reasoning