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Question: How can the Old West myth be reinterpreted for a Culture of Peace? CPNN article: Billy the Kid and Us: A Book Review
Posted: Mar. 02 2005,22:47

I don't know Tony. I was in Oklahoma City last week end, and attended the Cowboy  Museum. I thought I knew quite a bit about the way the Cowboys treated the Indians, but to stand before a plaque in the Lewis and Clark exhibit where L and C talk to the Indians about the Great White Father in Washington, and threaten the Indians if they disobey this power. (The letter actually could have been written by Bush to the Iraqis today) With Leonard Peltier in prison, and so many injustices still being perpetrated by the heirs of the Cowboys, I think we need a truth and reconciliation commission.

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