Dancing with a Ghost: Exploring Aboriginal Reality

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Penguin Canada, 2006 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 220 pages
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A crucial sourcebook for anyone involved with native issues, "Dancing with a Ghost" seeks to bridge the gap which exists between Native American and other groups by examining the traditional Cree and Ojibway world view and by showing why their philosophy so often places them in conflict with the justice system.

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This book, written in 1992, is an exploration by the author of his learnings about Aboriginal culture. The author worked as a Crown attorney on native reserves in northern Ontario. It is a very honest ... Read full review

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Contents

The Rules of Traditional Times
13
Looking for a Synthesis
48
Being Indian Is a State of Mind
81
Copyright

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