In hippies indians and the fight for red power sherry smith offers the first full account of this remarkable story hippies were among the first non indians of the post world war ii generation to seek contact with native americans. Hippies indians and the fight for red power sherry l smith first work to investigate the significant non indian support behind the red power movement. In hippies indians and the fight for red power author sherry l smith deftly uses this phrase and the era of countercultural rebellion it reflected to frame a well researched balanced and engaging exploration of the intercultural collaborations between natives and non natives in the red power movement. Hippies indians and the fight for red power has 23 ratings and 1 review craig said i was hoping for something more from this book which provides a s. Hippies indians and the fight for red power by sherry l smith new york oxford university press 2012 xiv 265 pp 3495 it is a wonder that the confluence of american indians and hippies in the 1960s and 1970s has yet to generate a voluminous historiography despite the obvious
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