One of the main causes of civil war was none other than the inequalities and injustice that was present with the southerners. When Cherokees were forced to leave their homeland it was one of the reasons to remain politics alive in a poor manner. This minority not only adopted state law but also worked hard at their lands to achieve this position. After their development they were forced to leave the land which was unjustifiable. Tribal leaders asked for justice and developed clear grounds on which they presented their argument. Not only their argument was rejected on false grounds but they were forced to live on the land where enemies were living. It was difficult for Cherokees to live at another place as the people already living there were feeling the threat of these people (Johnston, 75). It was clear politics when Jackson called off and asked these people to leave the state and on the other hand Abraham Lincoln was asking for justice and stopping the elements of slavery in the country. He declared that secession was the sole cause of the war and not slavery. At some positions he was in the favor of these laws and at some points he addressed that some other factors were present that developed the situation. He concluded this statement because he believed that if this rebellion could be suppressed the war would observe little destruction. This was sheer politics when this cause was observed as a rebellion and a manner of suppressing and presenting damage to the state. According to many historians Lincoln had no choice at that time but to take the side of his party. This was the only reason that many people felt distance and believed that they were being treated unequally.