America Compared Conquering And Settling The West
Indian Societies Under Siege in the United States and Canada
- The Indians considered the white man an invader and fought long and hard to keep the land that they have lived on for decades.
- Canada pushed their Indians farther west.
- Some tribes fought while others tried to work with the Canadian government.
- The end of the nineteenth centaury incorporated the Indians into being a productive part of the Canadian economy.
- Compares Billings Montana with Karaganda Kazakhastan
- One town in the US northwest developed from a railroad community and one town in Central Asia developed by the Soviet Union as a prison town.
- The author considers communism and capitalism as parallel ideologies and both countries followed similar paths in development and destruction.