Compare & Contrast Soul Catcher by Frank Herbert

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1970s: Aided by events like the seizure of Alcatraz, the American Indian Movement gains national recognition. Many Americans, newly aware of growing Native American activism, initially advocate forced assimilation.

Today: Through the continued efforts of organizations like the Women of All Red Nations (WARN) and a renaissance in Native-American art and literature, the issues of Native Americans are given more exposure and sympathy.

1970s: Some Native Americans, especially those who are older, choose not to join the American Indian Movement, having gotten used to an American way of life, often on a reservation.

Today: While some Native Americans still live on reservations and try to preserve their heritage, others live in modern suburbs and work in a variety of professional and skilled American trades.

1970s: Hippies and other members of the counterculture glorify nature and a natural way of life, which they see as...

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