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"... if you count on the unpredictability of Indian people, you will never be sorry." Indians Today, the Real and the Unreal, p. 1.

"To be an Indian in modern American society is in a very real sense to be unreal and ahistorical." Ibid, p. 2

"All it takes [to understand Indians] is a trip through Arizona or New Mexico, watching a documentary on TV, having known one in the service, or having read a popular book on them." Ibid, p. 5.

"Scalping, introduced prior to the French and Indian war by the English, confirmed the suspicion that Indians were wild animals to be hunted and skinned ... an Indian scalp became more valuable than beaver, otter, marten, and other animal pelts..." Ibid, p. 7

"Because the Negro labored, he was considered a draft animal. Because the Indian occupied large areas of land, he was considered a wild animal." Ibid, p. 8

"The western hemisphere...

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