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Does Andrew Jackson believe that the Trail of Tears was a triumph of American democracy?

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    Probably not.

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    But he did support removing the Cherokees and pushing them west.

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    Yes. But all leaders must compromise, and President Jackson felt more loyalty to his white constituency than to the Native Americans. I doubt if he ever claimed the forced move as a triumph of American democracy.

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