WHERE WHITE MEN FEAR TO TREAD: The Autobiography of Russell Means

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

An overlong but often riveting account of the life of perhaps the most compelling American Indian of this century. Means has never been far from controversy, and in this autobiography, written with Marvin Wolf (Family Blood: The True Story of the Yom Kippur Murders, 1993), he covers nearly all those he has been tangled up in. From his street-punk days in San Francisco and Los Angeles, to his time ... Read full review

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I had to give this drivel a rating of none. Growing up I heard a lot about Means, the Aim movement, and the Country Club incident on Rosebud. My father is Tom Rhoads the red headed police chief Means loves to hate. It's amazing the facts Means left out. Perhaps he should re-read the witness statements of people his group held hostage and review the crime scene photo's. It's always amazing to me how big and bad some one tends to be telling their own story, after all that's all this work of fiction is....just a story. 

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I started reading this book round July 3rd 2012. I just completed it today 12-01-2013. After reading this and Black Elk Speaks, I think this should be a required reading for every student in America to read or at best recommended. Native American or not.

Review: Where White Men Fear to Tread: The Autobiography of Russell Means

User Review  - Melody Mees Bass - Goodreads

Excellent autobiography by one of the most important people in the struggle for Native American rights Read full review

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