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Some of the ethnic groups who have suffered the discrimination policies are the American Indian. The natives have been affected by many policy reforms that deprive them of their rights making them be treated as second-class US citizens (Nancy and Steven Chap. 15).
The federal policy towards Indians was meant to deprive them of some of their rights such as possession of land among other things (Forner 59). The US is dominated by the whites, and they believe the land is there and does anything they feel is best for them. Because of this, they initiate policies that benefit them at the expense of the ordinary Indians whom they do not recognize their position in the land. Because of these policies, many Indians suffer in the hands of the whites as their voices not heard and they have to accept the outcome of the policies formed.
As a US president in the mid-nineteenth century, I would initiate many measures to correct the anomalies towards the Indians and any other community in the nation. There is a need to treat every citizen with the dignity they deserve and pointless of initiating policies that undermine others. Although it may be tricky to oppose those whom the president works with, more so the executives for the laws they pass, sometimes it requires courage to save the situation and break the status quo.
Therefore, I would stop the implementation of the policies since a President has the executive powers of acting on issues felt to be undermining the integrity of the nation as well as that of the people. It is essential to protect the minority whose rights is threatened by the policies that whites implement. Stopping the implementation will be the key action in this case because it will prevent the misfortunes that befall the minority groups in the nation. Similarly, I will do all within my reach to restore and preserve the cultural practices of Indians because the
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