Compelling Unforgettable Saddening
Recounting of Custer's Last Stand. Did he watch from the hillside?
None that I can recall. This performance was magnificent, though the author must be given credit for putting together such a compelling story.
too many to mention
We have romanticized our treatment of the American Indian for so long, that we believe we actually treated them fairly.
It is refreshing to hear the history of Curtis and of his dedication to his mission to portray an accurate history of a people our government was willfully destroying, culturally, if not in fact.
It is better than not reading the book, at all. Listening to the audio while reading along is best. There are points she makes that bare consideration. The pause button is important. This book is a feast to be slowly enjoyed and ruminated over.
Her use of descriptive titles for the 'Looters', the 'Destroyers', the 'Parasites' is especially good for youthful readers. She makes clear who the good guys and who the bad guys are. "The mind is the fundamental source of wealth." And her comment that 'individuals should pursue life enhancing values'.
Cautionary Tale to Modern Society
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