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Which of the following best describes the Cherokee's main argument in the Cherokee Nation v. Georgia case?

The Cherokee testified that U.S. officials had unfairly tricked them into giving up their land.

The Cherokee argued that because they lived in the territory first, they could not be removed.

The Cherokee claimed that because they were an independent nation, they could not be governed by state laws.

The Cherokee explained that because they had no central government, they should remain in familiar territory.
I THINK IT IS C

  1. bobpursley

    C is correct.

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