DYING IN INDIAN COUNTRY
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However, these discounts are only available through this DIIC website – because Amazon doesn’t manage complicated discounts like this. (ie: identifying that the recipient you are sending it to is a politician, that you are their constituent, and whether they are on an Indian Affairs Committee.) (At least – not without charging us an arm and a leg for the service.)
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Chapter one: May 1980
Chapter two: Dying in the Suburbs
Chapter three: March 1980: Rolling Thunder
Chapter four: Living in Indian Country
Chapter five: The Noble Red Man
Chapter six: This isn’t fun anymore
Chapter seven: Play it again, Sam
Chapter eight: Crying in Indian Country
Chapter nine: Dying in Indian Country
Chapter ten: Gi-ga-wa-ba-min me-na-wa
Chapter eleven: Dying in the Heart
Chapter twelve: Freed: Living in the protected place
Chapter thirteen: Are we ever really protected?
Chapter fourteen: March 1991; the eye of the storm
Chapter fifteen: The work begins
Chapter sixteen: One day at a time
Chapter seventeen: The Mission is clear
Chapter eighteen: Joy
Chapter nineteen: Misty
Chapter twenty: The First People
Chapter twenty-one: Human Rights for all?
Chapter twenty-two: September, 1999
Chapter twenty-three: October, 1999
Epilogue: June, 2004
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