'Enough to Keep Them Alive'explores the history of the development and administration of social assistance policies on Indian reserves in Canada from confederation to the modern period, demonstrating a continuity of policy with roots in the pre-confederation practices of fur trading companies.
Subjects: History, Political Science, Sociology
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