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THE MEMOIRS OF CHIEF RED FOX edited by Cash Asher. 208 pages. McGraw-Hill. $6.95.

Indians have become all the rage—at Washington hearings, in fashions, on the screen (Little Big Man) and even on bestseller lists (Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee). Now comes a book worthy of being another bestseller: the diary of a charming and extraordinary red man who is pushing 101. Chief Red Fox is a nephew of Crazy Horse. He has lived through both Custer's last stand and Alan Shepard's attempt to play golf on the moon. Somehow he manages a...

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