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National policy was that Indians were to be pushed farther west sot they could become civilized without the effects of the white man, but this didn't work because Manifest Destiny cause the United States extend to the pacific ocean, this left no room for the Native Americans...
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Another negative effect was the bad relations with Mexico; Manifest Destiny was the main cause of the war. After the war when the United States had tried to force the Mexican government to give up most of its land we lost trading privileges with Mexico and military support...
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