New Republic. 10/3/49, Vol. 121 Issue 14, p11-13. 3p.
NATIVE Americans -- Social conditions, LEGAL status of Native Americans, REAL property, LIQUOR laws, HUMAN rights, HUMAN rights violations, INHERITANCE succession, and UNITED States
Focuses on the condition of Indians in the U.S. Complexity in the human affairs of Indians in the U.S.; Ownership of hereditary property of Indian tribe by the U.S.; Legislation on prohibition of the sale of liquor to Indians; Conditions on termination of a tribe's wardship; Accusation by Indians on the Indian Bureau for not educating them to fend themselves in the American culture; Reason for restrictions imposed on freedom of the Indians; Need to provide the Indians with the academic education, good health, and economic security; Need for the U.S. Congress to support the Bureau of Indian Affairs on various social issues.