Re: Amerindian resistance mode (was: amerindian an offensive
The Outlaw (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 8 Aug 1996 15:32:25 GMT
Stephen W. Russell wrote:
> right to self-determination does not depend upon accounting to someone
> else for what we wish to do with it, but all three of my tribe's
> of prosperity were superior to our situation now whether judged by our
> values or yours. And all three were ended by what the invaders
> did--not by our failure to adapt to changing times.
Whenever I see one of these 'how hard done by the American Indian was'
posts I actually think how lucky they are to be in the position to even
complain. Compare the fate of the Helvetii when they got in Caesar's
ObArchaeology: Is there much/any archaeological evidence left of this
Celtic tribe in Switzerland?
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