Why did the policy of assimilation for Native Americans end in failure?

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The Assimilation Policy for North Americans ended in failure because it failed in the most fundamental meaning of assimilation. Instead of integrating them into society, they were instead isolated in reservation camps. It created a miserable existence for them.
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