The legacy of colonialism is present in today's policies. "The so-called Indian Wars were wars fought without legal limits, including military commissions, indefinite detention and unbridled violence. As Gen. Andrew Jackson said, long before he became one of President Trump’s heroes, “The laws of war did not apply to conflicts with savages," Maggie Blackhawk writes in The New York Times.

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