Navajo Monster Slayers

August 2011
High Country News;8/22/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 14, p12
The article explores the politics and traditions in Navajo Nation. It describes the political and cultural struggles of Navajos. It discusses the rugged landscape of intra-tribal strife and the inner workings of a determined political reform movement. It outlines the struggle of reformers for traction as corruption raises in the largest tribe of the West.


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