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Arthur Derosier Jr.
“The reader is always left with a clear picture of where Deloria stands—up front looking White America right in the eye. He does not push and poke the reader; rather, he leads him down a logical analytical road to a major conclusion that he is at liberty to accept or reject. If the book does offer a major theme for contemplation, it is Deloria's belief—and that of most Indians—that the land is the key to life and survival.”—Arthur Derosier Jr., Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science