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6. Do you find it curious that Budinot, an educated and highly assimilated Cherokee, would
argue for removal in the name of preserving the Cherokee people? What does he fear if
the Cherokee remain? What does this say about his attitude towards his own people? To
what extent does his opinion of the prospects for Cherokee and whites living together
coincide with Jackson’s

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