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Progress is the elimination of the savage These words of General Terry a character in Sharon Pollocks Walsh demonstrates how he and his fellow white men feel towards Native Indians The indians see Canada as their homeland but the Canadian government will not let them stay and will do anything in their power to make them leave to the United States They are cheated against lied to and betrayed by their government because of their ethnic background Especially Sitting Bull the head of the Sioux nation who is being accused for the death of General Custer Walsh Sitting Bull and General Terry contribute to this theme of prejudice towards the Sioux by the government and Walshs struggle to keep his responsibility as an individual and his high principlesMajor Walsh of the North West Mounted Police who attempts to prevent Sitting Bull and the Sioux from being sent back from Canada to the United States apparently to stand trial for the death of General Custer and his men at the battle of Little Big Horn Walsh has sympathy for Sitting Bull and the Sioux He feels as a member of the force he should do everything in his power to help them An able and brilliant people have been crushed held down moved from place to place cheated and lied toand now they hold here in Canada the remnants of a proud race and they ask for some sort of justicewhich is what I thought I swore on oath to serveWalsh has a responsibility for Sitting Bull and the Sioux as a
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