It stated that since the Cherokee Nation was a sovereign nation (via treaty with the United States), they could not be removed from their ancestral lands.
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The state of Indiana cannot constitutionally commit the petitioner for an indefinite period on the sole grounds that he was incompetent to stand trial on the charges filed against him.
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... District v. Gobitis (also involving...), in which the Court stated that the proper recourse for dissent ... Robert H. Jackson wrote for the majority and...
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... from their homeland in that state. He encouraged various... Act of 1830, Jackson coerced numerous tribes.... In Worcester v. Georgia (1832), the ...
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Citizens of the United States wanted the Indians removed; so Andrew Jackson removed them despite the court ruling. It was...
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