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Indians in the melting pot: 'old ways' don't melt

May 30, 1980

For more than 25 Western tribes that hold vast quantities of coal and uranium, the energy crisis is another source of pressure to abandon their cultural identity.

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Indians in the melting pot: 'old ways' don't melt
For more than 25 Western tribes that hold vast quantities of coal and uranium, the energy crisis is another source of pressure to abandon their cultural identity.

News

Pressure builds on farmers to sell out
As profits from farming plummet and urban areas encroach on rural surroundings, farmers are increasingly selling their land to subdivision developers.
Lobbyists spend $100,000 a month to cut severance taxes
The National Coal Consumers Alliance pushes hard for legislation that would limit coal severance taxes imposed by states like Montana and Wyoming.
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