Report from the Frontier: The State of the World's Indigenous Peoples

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The Western view of native people is a cliched mixture of misinformation. The prevailing view has often been that indigenous peoples were merely obstacles to the onward march of progress. Even now the echoes of history remain strong. Today however the lands of indigenous peoples are the new frontier full of the raw materials coveted by industrial society. This new colonization recalls the old: the same impetus to "civilize" exists today in the minds of political leaders, World Bank officials and transnational corporations. ...

Report from the Frontier: The State of the World's Indigenous Peoples 1987, Zed Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780862323929

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Report from the Frontier: The State of the World's Indigenous Peoples 1987, St. Martin's Press

ISBN-13: 9780862323912

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