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Tonto's Revenge: Reflections on American Indian Culture and Policy

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How do Native Americans maintain their identity and culture in a hostile society, and to what end? Tonto's Revenge is a passionate attempt by a leading Native American scholar to reassess the Indian world view and its importance to all Americans. His deeply felt essays project a vision of how Native Americans can recapture the power of their cultural legacies.
Paperback, 170 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by University of New Mexico Press (first published 1997)
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Ryan Mishap
Oct 23, 2008 Ryan Mishap rated it liked it
Shelves: native-struggle
Essays and speeches from a former UO professor regarding Indians and film, art, and legal questions around the displacement of native peoples. A law prof, Strickland's not radical, by some definitions, but the issues he deals with are by their very nature radical, as they get to the root of genocide, cultural appropriation, and American conquest.
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