In the book Victims of Progress by John Bodley , the author describes the emergence of the Inuit-governed Canadian territory of Nunavat. What exactly is it and how did it come to existence? Specifically, what challenges did it face and how were they able to overcome them? To what extent does its structure reflect Bodley’s vision of indigenous society and culture? What is its status today and what challenges (if any) continue to confront them? To what degree can their experience serve as a model for other groups striving to achieve their autonomy? Explain and elaborate all with examples from the text.

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