by Russell Means

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Russell Means writes about his sometimes tumultuous life growing up as a Northern American Indian in a reservation, of his involvement in the American Indian Movement (AIM), and of his consistent fight against injustice. This book is written at a leisurely pace and is easily readable. What I enjoyed most about this book was Mr. Means likability while he speaks of his life and he lessons he has learned, both positive and negative. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Northern American Indian history, as well as those who enjoy U.S. History from the 70's-80's. It is a very personal story of hope, survival and perseverance.

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