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LAND  |  The American Indian realized, too late, does not belong to every one. 
           Result - Reservation Art
              Art with Reservations ☐ ☐ ☐

Controls  |  1. economic         |
             2. socio political  | Land boundaries FRAME the value processes of a given societal order.
             3. theological      | • ☐ •
             4. technological    |
             5. linguistic       |

Pronouncements are about place  |  ☐ Lack of   ☐Schizothymia

Place  |  Utopia  |  A LAND DREAM  |  DREAM LAND

Hierarchy of Merits Because of Language  > Spanish

Barriolese < Aesthetics determined by linguistic Hegemony • subordinate language is equated to banaustic art
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