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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What, according to the author at the end of chapter 1, should the government do about the Indians?
(a) Establish a cultural inclusion policy.
(b) Begin talks with the federal government on land rights.
(c) Pass laws removing all federal government from Indian proceedings.
(d) Establish a cultural leave-us-alone agreement.
2. By 1943, what was the Senate Interior Committee convinced should happen?
(a) All land should be taken from Indians.
(b) The Indian Bureau should be abolished.
(c) Indians should be compensated for land loss.
(d) Indians should be abolished.
3. What is the oldest, continuous Indian-run organization?
(a) The League of American Indian Voters.
(b) The Native American Baseball League.
(c) The League of Nations, Pan American Indians.
(d) The Women's American Indian League.
4. What does an anthropologist come to the reservation to do?
(a) Write down everything they see.
(b) Enjoy the food.
(c) Help the Indians with a building project.
(d) Make observations.
5. In the minds of most Indians, what is the best way to eradicate a species?
(a) Authorize Stewart Udall to conserve it.
(b) Let white America care for it.
(c) Hand it over to the care of the Interior Department.
(d) Put it in the care of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author believe the Indians should have a right to, just like water districts, cities, and towns?
2. Who saved the Florida Seminoles from termination?
3. What, according to the author, did the death of President Kennedy and Sitting Bull have in common?
4. What is regarded as utter hypocrisy by the Indian people?
5. What other name is the Wheeler-Howard Act known by?
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