Where White Men Fear to Tread: The Autobiography of Russell Means
Russell Means was likely the most controversial Indian leader of our time. Where White Men Fear to Tread is the well-detailed, first-hand story of his life, in which he did everything possible to dramatize and justify the Native American aim of self-determination, such as storming Mount Rushmore, seizing Plymouth Rock, running for President in 1988, and -- most notoriously -- leading a 71-day takeover of Wounded Knee, South Dakota, in 1973.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - fulner - LibraryThing
Means could have used a better copy editor. Though from the stories he told, he's one stubborn SOB, the publisher probably tried to real him in and this is the best they got. I tried reading the dead ... Read full review
WHERE WHITE MEN FEAR TO TREAD: The Autobiography of Russell MeansUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
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 ... Read full review