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How would Samuel A. Worcester most likely view the end result of the legal battle between Georgia and the Cherokee people?
A.) He would be happy because be wanted the Cherokee to be moved to the west.
B.) He would be surprised because he expected the Supreme Court to rule in his favor.
C.) He would be disappointed because he argued for the Cherokees' right to their land.
D.) He would be surprised because he expected Georgians to change their minds about Indian Removal. *

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