We Talk, You Listen: New Tribes, New Turf

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In challenging the legacy of feudalism, imperialism, capitalism, genocide, and self-defeating liberalism, Deloria’s scathing analysis is as applicable now as it was 37 years ago.

Available in paperback only.  Vine Deloria, Jr. (Lakota), We Talk, You Listen: New Tribes, New Turf. (1970), 2007.

Originally published in 1970, Deloria’s second book (following Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto) provides more insights into the workings of the dominant society. “A century ago,” Deloria writes, “whites broke the Fort Laramie Treaty with the Sioux so they could march into the Black Hills and dig gold out of the ground. Then they took the gold out of the Black Hills, carried it to Fort Knox, Kentucky, and buried it in the ground.” In challenging the legacy of feudalism, imperialism, capitalism, genocide, and self-defeating liberalism, Deloria’s scathing analysis is as applicable now as it was 37 years ago.