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Community organization; Ojibwa Indians; Indigenous peoples


Ojibway Indians of the north-central United States have had great difficulty in organizing effectively to work toward common economic, social, and political ends. This has been the case historically and remains true today. The basic reason for the inability to organize is on orientation to life which Foster has described in his theory of the Image of Limited Good, and which was observed on a Minnesota reservation.

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