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Why was it an issue?

Why was it an issue?

Sami pupils

Early twentieth century was a time of strong national sentiments. Whereas the right to an own state for the Norwegian nation was the self-evident goal of the Norwegian elite, this same right was not considered to apply to the Sami, who were considered to be racially inferior to the Norwegians. 

 

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