Blood of the land: the government and corporate war against the American Indian Movement

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Everest House, 1982 - History - 304 pages
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Discusses the roles of the U.S. government and multinational corporations in the struggle against the American Indian Movement and details the origins, history, leaders, motivation, and goals of the Indian movement

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS II
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We Never Sold Our Church
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The Trail of Broken Treaties
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Copyright

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