Inasmuch as Indians are expected to assume the responsibilities of citizenship and serve in the Armed Forces on an equal basis with other Americans, the committee sees no reason for continuing legislation that is applicable only to Indians.
The past has been described as a foreign country. Kennekuk began preaching to persuade others to quit drinking, returned to his community, and by he had become a leading chief of the Kickapoos. The Indian Removal Act was controversial, but Jackson argued it was the best option since settlers had rendered Indian lands incompatible with sustaining their way of life.
Moses Cook, Late of Waterbury, on the 7th of December, ," ended with a lengthy speech to Native Americans about the sins of drunkenness: When we are intoxicated with strong drink we drown our rational powers, by which we are distinguished from the brutal creation--we unman ourselves, and bring ourselves not only level with the beasts of the field, but seven degrees beneath them Abstract Roots of the epidemic of alcohol-related problems among many Native North Americans are sought in cultural responses to European arrival, the role of alcohol in frontier society, and colonial and postcolonial policies.
Evidence for genetic linkage to alcohol dependence on chromosomes 4 and 11 from an autosome-wide scan in an American Indian population. The Tohono O'odhamPimanApache and Maricopa people all used the saguaro cactus to produce a wine, sometimes called tiswin  or haren a pitahaya.
How are attitudes formed? Given that people held certain views about Indians, So what?