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In three to five sentences explain what you think would have been a better solution for the Cherokee removal.

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First, you have to understand what the Cherokee removal was about. This brings about the "Trail of Tears". Do research on what happened there and form your argument. Do you think it was right for the government to move the Native Americans like this? (Why? Would you leave them on that land? How would you provide for them if you let them stay?
i tunred this assigmetn in already your late but thank you.
the why should be 2 sentences, the last two questions should be two more sentences, and of course the first question would take a sentence.

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LMAOOOO oh okay no worries :-D

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