Aboriginal Rights

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The term Aboriginal Rights describes a viewpoint that has been gaining increasing popularity throughout the Western Hemisphere and in Australasia. This movement has been particularly well received in Louisianne as through their history, one can see they have sought allies anywhere they could find them. This idea has come to positive light in the NAL-SLC and Australasia as historians have exposed the atrocities perpetrated by white settlers in some cases.

The natives of North America were relatively well-treated however, as is exemplified by Aquanishuonigy and the Louisiannan Prefectures of Nouvelle Gaulle, Cournouaille and Navarre. Within the last half-century the Native American populations and Aborigines of Australasia have been more fully integrated into the culture of their country.

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