The Road to Wounded Knee

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Publication Year
1974 
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332 
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"Wounded Knee I, in 1890, proved that the United States Army was willing to murder Indians to suppress their religious beliefs and secure their lands. Wounded Knee II, in 1973, proves that Indian people still have their courage and faith, and that at least some of them would rather die than submit to another century of disgrace and penury."

In this shocking, agonizing, and powerful book, Robert Burnette, the Tribal Chairman of the Rosebud Sioux Reservation, and John Koster, a white journalist who has covered Indian activism, raise impassioned, angry voices who tell the truth about Wounded Knee. Why it happened. What led up tp it. And what should and must happen now. 
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