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Paperback – 308 pages
6 Inches × 9 Inches (w × h)

Weight: 500 Grams
BISAC: HISTORY / Native American
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 9781897408087
Pub. Date: 2008-02-06

About the Author

Rex Weyler

Rex Weyler is a journalist, writer and ecologist and was a founder of Greenpeace. He has been a writer, photographer, publisher and activist concerned with the environment and the rights of First Nations people.

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Blood of the Land

The Government and Corporate War Against First Nations

by Rex Weyler



This classic and accessible history of the American Indian Movement details an important part of Native peoples' continuing struggles against corporate and governmental development interests. Blood of the Land is a powerful reminder that we can only ignore environmental, social justice and spiritual issues at our--and the Earth's--peril.

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