The Dispossessed: Life and Death in Native Canada
Lester & Orpen Dennys, 1989 - Indians of North America - 283 pages
Examines the history of Canadian government and business interference in Indian and Metis affairs and outlines the strategies and lobbying techniques of a new generation of native leaders who are battling existing social problems while securing self-government and the revival of native culture.
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