Indian lands, "Squatterism," and slavery: Economic interests and the passage of the indian removal act of 1830
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- Leonard Carlson, 2010. "Similar Societies, Different Solutions: United States Indian Policy in Light of Australian Policy towards Aboriginal Peoples," Emory Economics 1001, Department of Economics, Emory University (Atlanta).
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