In his own words, the political legacy of Hank Adams
Vine Deloria once said that Hank Adams was the most important Native American in the country. From his treaty rights work to his mediation of disputes between AIM and the US government in the 1970s, Adams shaped modern Native activism. For the first time, Adams's previously unpublished writings are collected and shared in The Hank Adams Reader, the first book-length treatment of this seminal indigenous figure. Evidencing his unparalleled role in Indian affairs, the political work of Hank Adams continues to have many powerful applications to our society today.
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