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How did the Black Panthers go from a powerful grassroots movement to a drug and strife ridden organization with its best leaders dead? What happened to the American Indian Movement (AIM)? Answer: Counterinsurgency, American style. State financed, illegal methods of framing, blaming and murdering activists has quite a history. From anti-labor Pinkerton thugs, the Palmer rai ...more
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Published May 1st 2002 by AK Press
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American Indian writer, political activist and former professor of ethnic studies in Colorado at Boulder from 1990 till 2007.

Churchill`s writings are mostly about the history of the American Indians and what he calls the genocide on the indigenous people of North America.

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