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Crazy Horse and Custer: The Parallel Lives of Two American Warriors Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11-12 Summary

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Chapters 11-12 Summary and Analysis

The next chapter carries on with a consistent tone. The book is engaging and quite clear. The language has not been oversimplified nor has the love of prose caused excessive use of flowery words. The personal development of each of the main characters of the story and their military careers are wonderfully portrayed. The author does the nation and the readers a great service by educating the readers in both the native culture and the white culture. Subtopics including social class are included in the work also.

The main leadership skill that Custer actually had was that he was an excellent small unit commander. While it is well known that rising in the ranks in the military actually requires an ability to handle various types of leadership and tasks, it is encouraging to see that initiative and the ability to lead a group...

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