INDIANS: Uprising

In the annals of the Sioux Indian nation, few men equaled the leadership of Sitting Bull, and he—along with the Sioux glory—has been dead for 69 years. But last week a new leader was writing a fresh chapter in the dusty pages of Who's Sioux. He is college-trained Anthony Rivers, 40, a slender, hatchet-faced Indian, who is aggressively helping his long impoverished people into a new era of self-respect. His method is one that might have made even fierce old Sitting Bull stand and cheer: the Sioux are going into business in a big way and taking the land...

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