Comparison Of Andrew Jackson's Message To Congress And Indian Removal Act

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Andrew Jackson’s message to Congress and “Samuel’s Memory” are about the same topic, the Indian Removal Act, but are two completely different pieces. Both are told from two very different points of views. Both evoke very different emotions. One was written to persuade people and justify the Act and the other was written to show the horror of the Act and the devastation of how the act affected the Indian people. While both are about the same topic, they are nowhere near the same. First of all, the points of views that these messages are written are completely different. Andrew Jackson’s message was written in the point of view of the white man. He justifies the Act and explains that proceeding with the act is right because it will make everyone’s
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