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(46) For her part, Farquharson recognised the difficulties posed by the close political competition between him and Bustamante during these decades, (47) while also expressing her frustration with what she saw as the approach of "unbenevolent neutrality" taken by his government.
This position of "unbenevolent neutrality" also carried over to the Colonial Office in London.
Thus, encountering a White rehabilitation professional may provoke or agitate prerehabilitation beliefs that Whites are ungenuine and unbenevolent in their interactions with African Americans.