Russell Means, Who Clashed with Law as He Fought for Indians, Is Dead at 72

For The New York Times, Robert McFadden reviews the life and impact of Russell C. Means, an American Indian activist who died on Monday at the age of 72. McFadden writes that Means “helped revive the warrior image of the American Indian in the 1970s with guerrilla-tactic protests that called attention to the nation’s history of injustices against its indigenous peoples.” 

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