On November 29, 1864, over 150 Native Americans, mostly women,
children, and elderly, were slaughtered in one of the most infamous
cases of state-sponsored violence in U.S. history. Kelman examines
how generations of Americans have struggled with the question of
whether the nation's crimes, as well as its achievements, should be
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