Investigative and consumer reporter John Stossel says that no one group has never been taken care of as much as the Indians. So why are they so poor? he asks. Former Kamloops band chief Manny Jules says, “Fundamentally, the root of the problem is that we don’t have the same property rights that others take for granted.” Property and Environment Research Center Executive Director Dr. Terry Anderson concurs. “Many reservations in the United States do have some fee-simple land. That is privately owned land like you and I own our houses,” he says. “And the Indians that have privately owned land do much better.” Anderson joins Stossel and Jules in an expanded discussion of the plight of the North American Indian in this edition of Learn Liberty.