Hatter Fox Discussion Questions

Marilyn Harris
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Form an argument for why Native Americans should either assimilate into the general population or retain their own distinct cultural identity.

Is Hatter's death an appropriate end to the story or is it too tragic? What message, if any, does Hatter's death convey? Write a possible alternate ending to the story.

Research the history of some Indian tribes in the American Southwest, including the Pueblos, the Hopi, and the Navajo. What problems do Native Americans face when they leave their reservations to live and work in cities?

Research the history of the "red power" movement in the late 1960s and 1970s. What did Native Americans gain from this movement?

Do some research to find out what current conditions are like on Native American reservations. How has life changed on the reservations in the past fifty years? What are some of the main issues facing Native Americans...

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