BOOK REVIEW: This is a typed, 12 font, double-spaced, come in at a minimum of 5 pages - 1250 words, scholarly, 3rd person book review of This War is for a Whole Life, utilizing the following form:
1. A brief summary of the book.
2. Discuss and analyze the content of each chapter in the order that they appear in the book.
3. The student’s overall analysis of the major historical events discussed in the book.
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This War Is For A Whole Life
Length: 5 pages (1375 Words)
This War is for a Whole Life
The controversy in freedom for the American-Indian races existed due to cold wars between them. The feud was brought by the termination of trust protection values over foreign and tribal lands between the two races.The basis of ‘no middle ground is tenable’ was used as the cause of the disagreement. Therefore, highlighting the need for cooling the political temperatures with law enforcement and other measures in place was key to controlling the tension between the races. The breakthrough to achieving this was by enabling the acceptance and coordination of the Indians by working with them on the tribal land to initiate the unity and equality amongst them (Hanks, 2006). In addition, the tension could not allow the Indian assimilation into the civilized society since it was risky and dangerous.
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