The Inconvenient Indian
The Inconvenient Indian A Curious Account of Native People in North America By King, Thomas, 1943- Paperback - 2013

“A great many people in North America believe that Canada and the United States, in a moment of inexplicable generosity, gave treaty rights to Native people as a gift. Of course, anyone familiar with the history of Indians in North America knows that Native people paid for every treaty right, and in some cases, paid more than once. The idea that either country gave First Nations something for free is horseshit.”

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