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Have We Failed with the Indian?

By Dawes, H. L.

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Title: Have We Failed with the Indian?  
Author: Dawes, H. L.
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: WHEN the public mind is directed to a discussion of the wisest and safest attitude toward other alien races whose future has been put in our keeping, our policy with the Indians becomes an object lesson worthy of careful and candid study. It is for this purpose that attention is here invited to what that policy has come to be, and what it has thus far accomplished. The treatment of the Indian has been the subject of much study and experiment that has proved fruitless. Only by the process of elimination after experiment have the multitude of ephemeral and ineffective methods given way to one which has at last come to hold undivided public support for a time long enough to test its efficacy.

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