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The Dawes Act can best be described as a (A) well-organized effort to strip Native Americans of their land (B) bureaucratic plan to resettle and civilize Native Americans based on a false assumption that all Native Americans were farmers (C) well-meaning attempt to rectify the wrongs of U.S. Indian policy (D) policy of extermination (E) get-rich-quick scheme for U.S. Indian agents

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abbyb916

The answer that closely matches sounds like B.

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