What does the opening paragraph of Chief Seattle’s speech imply?

What does the opening paragraph of Chief Seattle’s speech imply?

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    The opening paragraph of the story, Chief Seattle’s Speech, is a letter written in the reply to the president, George Washington by Chief Seattle. He is talking about the offer made by the Big Chief for buying the ancestral land from the natives and it sets the plot of the story in motion. It shows the use of power to inflict upon someone else’s rights.

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