Reasoning Behind the indian removal act

What was the reasoning behind the Indian Removal Act and how did the people try to argue against it?

The reasoning: Stop conflict between white men and the indian tribes and put an end to all of the danger.

Arguement: People believed the only reason to his action of forcing the indians out of their territory was because of the gold that had been found and because he needed the farm land for cotton plantations.

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