President Andrew Jackson saw the Natives to be unfamiliar, alien people who occupied land that white settlers wanted (and believed they deserved). This proposal will change the perspective on how the land is occupied and the way that the white and the natives treat each other. Since President Jackson was a often advocate of leading brutal campaigns this will change the effect that it has on Natives, if he accepts the proposal he will earn more allies for future help.
Natives: The natives perspective is that it doesn’t really matter because they can still hunt and there home isn’t taken its just shared. They can still roam wherever they want because they were their first. The only thing is that they can’t kill the white settlers. The Natives will earn more respect and still keep their culture their way, earning allies from the whites and benefits both.
White settlers: White Settlers will have the land that they want for cotton and expansion in the citizens knowing that the representation of the Natives will be equal to the whites. Since the American Indians seemed to be an unfamiliar, alien people who occupied land that white settlers wanted, they will both withhold the stance of equality in the land. The Whites will get a better profound way of making this civilized.