Land Claims

Native Indian program to overturn the treaties they signed–usually at gunpoint, while drunk or physically absent–between 1550 and late last week Unfortunately, settling land claims will force Native Indians to become opportunistic real estate entrepreneurs and provoke a new variety of absurdist theatre that enables those without cultural concepts of land ownership logical and dignified entrance to a collapsing culture that is entirely based on the ownership and division of property.

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