Matthiessen, Peter
August 1961
New Yorker;8/12/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 26, p35
The article discusses the author's experiences in Brazil. The author went to a village called Orizona, where he met Clayton Templeton of the New Tribes Mission, an organization supported by different American Protestant sects. He was told about how disputes are settled in the country, either by a knife or a pistol.


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