Summary & Analysis of Crazy Horse Summary & Analysis of Crazy Horse

Summary & Analysis of Crazy Horse

The Merciless Indian Wars in America A Guide to Bill O'Reilly's Book

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Publisher Description

A contentious retelling of an old, old story, Killing Crazy Horse is the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Native American subjugation at the hands of the young United States of America. The sun, rivers, and mountains bear witness to the carnage that preceded fulfilled ambitions, and the cries of thousands still echo as the train of capitalism finally arrives at the shining sea.


What does this SNAP Summary Include?


Synopsis of the original book
Key takeaways from each chapter
How Crazy Horse and other Indian chiefs held out against incursions by white settlers
How Native tribes were decieved and finally overwhelmed into submission
Editorial Review
Background on Bill O'Reilly



About the Original Book:

If you thought you knew what Cowboys and Indians represented from your childhood tomfoolery, it was likely a mirage. Read it again, and think on the dilemma that faced the native population pushing against uninvited Westward expansion in the 1800s. Muddy lines affix conquering heroes to violence and mayhem, and the grit of the frontier threatens the very foundations on which your ideals depended. From sea to shining sea, the earth ran red, and a new terror made its way ever forward into the abyss of power.


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GENRE
History
RELEASED
2020
30 November
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
30
Pages
PUBLISHER
SNAP Summaries
SIZE
3.3
MB

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