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The Maori consider the Treaty of Waitangi unfair because __________. A. Maori gained British protection B. Maori obtained property ownership rights C. Maori received rights as
British subjects D. Maori and English versions of the treaty didn't match
The Maori consider the Treaty of Waitangi unfair because __________. Answer: D. Maori and English versions of the treaty didn't match
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