Native Americans: The New Indian Resistance

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Book
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ISBN 10
71780318X 
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Publication Year
1974 
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Pages
95 
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William Meyer, an Eastern Cherokee long active in the struggle for Indian rights, presents a Native American account of the Indian resistance movement today.

From the numerous Indian wars to present-day demands for self-determination and sovereignty, Meyer explodes the myth of the beneficent and humane white man.. This book is an indispensable guide for all who are engaged in current social movements. 
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