This newly revised and expanded edition traces the history of Native American resistance and struggle for decolonization. By focusing upon certain modes of resource exploitation - uranium mining, coal stripping, hydropower generation and water diversion—Churchill demonstrates clearly that the effects of state/corporate business in the most native-populated hinterlands of the continent are as ecocidal as they are genocidal. The ecological havoc being wreaked cannot be contained within reservation areas, and therefore poses a threat to all North Americans, presenting a common ground upon which Indians and non-Indians alike can and must struggle to repeal the status quo. Nearly 500 fat pages.
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