Perhaps this was felt most strongly among African slaves and Native Americans. Gary Nash (290) states that "in the end, the Indians were disastrous losers in the war of the American Revolution." The Native Americans were regularly displaced from their traditional territorial holdings and were conceptualized as a savage, barbaric, and inferior group of individuals and tribes that needed to be subdued and subjected to the authority of Anglo-Americans. Nash (291) commented that whereas African-Americans eventually achieved emancipation, Native Americans were continually excluded from participation in all of the freedoms and rights ultimately guaranteed by the Bill of Rights when it was appended to the original Constitution.
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slaved blacks and white females, ensured that enormous economic and social disparities would emerge and create a distinct class system in the United States.
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