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What did the Supreme Court cases and the ultimate outcome for the Cherokee suggest about future dealings between the United States government and Native Americans? (3 points)
The U.S. government would most likely follow the rule of law and abide by court decisions.
The U.S. government would most likely slaughter the native people and no one would care.
The U.S. government would most likely do whatever it wanted with little regard for native people's rights.
The U.S. government would most likely regret passing laws to confiscate native lands and would soon return them.
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