This study explores key aspects of American Indian policy and reform in the context of American ethnic problems and traditions of reform. the author juxtaposes the cultural and practical needs of the enormous variety of Indian peoples with the sporadically land-hungry, assimilationist impulses of government officials and the westward-moving American people. Case studies are selected to illustrate the areas of conflict and consensus. The book is aimed at all students of American history, "minority history" or race relations.
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