Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto Topics for Discussion

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Research the history of other aboriginal and/or indigenous peoples - Canadian Natives, Australian Aborigines, Indians at the time of British rule in India, etc. What are the similarities in the way they were treated and the treatment of Indians as described here? What are the differences? What are the philosophical / social similarities in attitudes between the various governing races? What are the differences?

Consider the quote from p. 51 in both an historical and contemporary contexts. Debate whether the statement is valid or a misconception. Has the situation changed at all since the time in which the book was written (the late-1960s)? Explain your answer.

Research current government and/or political handling of Indian policy, and relate it to the policies and practices outlined in Part 5, "Government Agencies." What is different? What is the same? How do Indians react and/or relate to...

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