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Indians Won, the (1970) [Novel]
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The great figures of American history are: Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Dewey, Sitting Bull, He Who Yawns, Wovoka, and They Fear His Horses. Two nations share North America. The Indians won.

The year is 1876. The US has just suffered its third successive Indian defeat at the Custer massacre. The presidency has been stolen in the country's worst political scandal. In the midst of economic depression, violence erupts and mobs control the cities. All this is in your history book. Now, what if the Indians won?

The time is now. The United States straddles a vast unconquered Red Nation. For the first time in a hundred years the borders are threatened. The Indians have the bomb. Indian sympathizers in the United States are called Pinkos. The President is terrified. The CIA is in stalemate.

Original title: The Indians Won
Original languages: English

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Indians Won, the (1970)
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Language: English

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ISBN: 0843910127

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