Eloise Cobell, the treasurer for the Blackfoot nation in Montana, brought a suit against the United States government asking for $27.5 billion worth of reparations for Native American tribes. In 2009,

Eloise Cobell, the treasurer for the Blackfoot nation in Montana, brought a suit against the United States government asking for $27.5 billion worth of reparations for Native American tribes. In 2009, the Eloise Cobell case against the United States government settled for $2 billion. What wrongdoing was the United States government accused of in the Eloise Cobell case?

A. burning sacred forests for timber wood

B. mismanaging tribal lands by selling land to rival tribes

C. improperly funding Individual Indian Money Accounts (IIMs)

D. stealing groundwater from the tribes to provide water for nearby cities

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