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Those who participate in traditional Navajo ways of life A) are more successful in school. B) are just as successful in school. C) do not receive adequate healthcare. D) do worse in school.
Those who participate in traditional Navajo ways of life: are just as successful in school.
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Those who participate in traditional Navajo ways of life: are just as successful in school.

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By the mid-1960s one-fourth to one-third of the people in the Employment Assistance Program A) were fully assimilated into the urban areas where they lived. B) had returned to their home reservation. C) had successfully completed college and were in management-level positions. D) had abandoned their Indian identity and heritage
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