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The Indian Question

This term is essentially a negative and ironic spin of what to do with the Indians; where/how to settle them, where/how to resolve issues related to treaties, and where/how to integrate them into white society.

Treaties and Contracts

The author suggests that many of the current problems regarding American Indians have to do with these documents, enforced by American white powers, which were and continue to be a manipulative means to destroy Indian power.

The Christian Church

The author depicts this entity as being almost as corruptible and destructive an influence as government, run by white men with the goal to destroy the Indian culture and identity.

Termination

This is an umbrella term for the releasing [of] some of the tribes from federal supervision, which means being set free from political oversight, left to their own financial resources without support from government...

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