1. What, according to the author, is one of the finest things about being an Indian?
(a) You get to live on a reservation.
(b) It is lucrative to be an American Indian.
(c) People like you on sight.
(d) People are always interested in your "plight."
2. When the author says that whites claim Indian heritage, what side of their family tree do they claim it comes from?
(a) Their uncle's.
(b) Their aunt's.
(c) Their grandmother's.
(d) Their grandfathers.
3. When whites claim Indian heritage, who do they believe was their ancestor?
(a) Lewis and Clark.
(b) An Indian Princess.
(d) George Washington.
4. According to the author, for those whites who do not claim Indian heritage, what asset do they have that connects them with American Indians?
(a) They understand Indians.
(b) They have friends who are Indians.
(c) They donate to Indian colleges.
(d) They ARE Indians.
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