Wasi'chu: The Continuing Indian Wars
"Within the modern American Indian movement, Wasi'chu (literally, "greedy one") has come to stand for those corporations and individuals who continue to ravage and steal Indian land and resources for their private profit. This book is about the resistance to the Wasi'chu and to the economic system that nourishes and rewards them. It is also about the consequences of that resistance, the repression and violence unleashed upon the Indians as the battle to stop the march of the Wasi'chu gains strength."--Jacket.
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The Navajo and National Sacrifice
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