As this century draws to a close, Native Peoples are better off than at the start of the 1900s. However, in some respects little has changed.
In these ninety-six years, the number of Native Americans has grown from a near-extinction level of a quarter million to nearly two million, still less than 1 percent of the total U.S. population today. At the beginning of the century, Native Peoples ranked at the bottom of all U.S. socioeconomic indicators, with the lowest levels of life expecta...
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