In the age of mechanization, men began to oppose female laborers because they:
1. Felt their presence went against accepted gender roles.
2. Feared their presence would lower the wages of working men.
3. Feared their presence would lower the quality of the product produced.
4. Felt women were unable to make the complicated decisions that mechanization required.
Also answer the following:
Describe the policy that Andrew Jackson employed in his quest for Indian Removal. What problems did his policy encounter? What effects did the removal have on Native Americans? 

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