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Red power; the American Indians' fight for freedom

Author: Alvin M Josephy
Publisher: New York, American Heritage Press [1971]
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A select collection of 24 articles and documents dealing with the right of Indians to be free of colonialist rule and to run their own affairs with security for their lands and rights.
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Josephy, Alvin M., 1915-2005.
Red power.
New York, American Heritage Press [1971]
(OCoLC)644557052
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alvin M Josephy
ISBN: 0070330522 9780070330528
OCLC Number: 144509
Description: 259 pages 24 cm
Contents: The new Indian patriots : an introduction / Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. --
The Indian reservation system / Thomas L. Sloan --
Indian self-government / Felix S. Cohen --
A program for Indian citizens : a summary report of the Commission on the Rights, Liberties, and Responsibilities of the American Indian, January, 1961 --
Declaration of Indian purpose : American Indian Chicago Conference, June 13-20, 1961 --
The Hopi way of life is the way of peace / as told by Andrew Hermequaftewa --
American Indian Capital Conference on Poverty : a statement made for the young people by Melvin Thom, May, 1964 --
Resolution for a new national Indian policy / Senator George McGovern, October 13, 1966 --
Indian statement on policy and legislation, Washington, D.C., February 2, 1967 --
"We are not free" / Clyde Warrior, February 2, 1967 --
"I am a Yakima and Cherokee Indian, and a man / Sidney Mills, October 13, 1968 --
Is the trend changing? / Laura McCloud --
The American Indian and the Bureau of Indian Affairs : a study, with recommendations / Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., February 11, 1969 --
"Our brother's keeper" / The Citizens' Advocate Center, October, 1969 --
"We speak as Indians" / American Indian Task Force, November, 1969 --
Statement of the United Southeastern Tribes, 1969 --
Indian education : a national tragedy and challenge / Senate Subcommittee on Indian Education, 1969 --
Indian education : a challenge for the church / Helen M. Scheirbeck --
Indian identity and economic development / Sol Tax, Sam Stanley --
Indian water rights and reservation development / William H. Veeder --
"We must hold on to the old ways" / Indians of All Tribes, Alcatraz Island, December 16, 1969 --
Statement of the Indian members of the National Council on Indian Opportunity, January 26, 1970 --
Message to Congress on Indian affairs / President Richard M. Nixon, July 8, 1970 --
"We have endured. We are Indians." / Pit River Indian Council, 1970 --
This country was a lot better off when the Indians were running it / Vine Deloria, Jr.
Responsibility: [by] Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.

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A select collection of 24 articles and documents dealing with the right of Indians to be free of colonialist rule and to run their own affairs with security for their lands and rights.

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