Interpretation Restrictions must legally mandate a decrease in the quantity produced – regulations are distinct

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Impossible realism means we imagine a world in which the United States never existed- it’s the only way to achieve actual self-determination because it removes the colonizing violence of the state and thinks beyond the fictions that restablize the state and colonialist violence

Impossible realism is key because the reformism of the affirmative is just another action in a long list of attempts to offer “real” self determination to Natives- the first tribal treaties, such as the creation of reservations, the first instance of TERA,e tc. – each of these begins from the wrong perspective in mandating inclusion and recreation of the state- onlyl impossible realism holds the state accountable for its perpetuation of violence

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