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"Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry does an excellent job of pointing out logical inconsistencies in the Aboriginal political movement - a matter of great practical as well as academic importance." Tom Flanagan, author of First Nations? Second Thoughts "Insightful, carefully argued and meticulously documented." John Richards, Simon Fraser University
An interesting and broad ranging look at the Aboriginal leadership and issues in Canada. Just more proof, if we needed more with all the controversy over leadership and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by john p bower
This book was a great read, and a revealing look at some of the surprising causes of dysfunction within aboriginal communities.Published 8 months ago by Pen Name
It is easier to be politically correct and go along with the widespread romantic primitivism and cultural relativism so popular with virtuous social activists. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Peter Page
An important book for anyone concerned by the current state of the First Nations in Canada. I am no expert myself so I cannot properly review this book in its' context, but it... Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2013 by Robert Cooper
I don't have a kindle and have not read the book yet, but it just so happens I stumbled upon the interview that Ezra Levant did with this author on Sun News on January 11 2013 on... Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2013 by northmama
Widdowson and Howard are extremely racist and rely on dirty tricks to convince readers of their opinions. For example, the authors have a sarcastic tone throughout the whole book. Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2011 by sinthu
This book makes me embarrassed to be white. It is full of racist rants based on the belief that Western thinking is superior to Indigenous thinking. Read morePublished on July 7 2011 by female reader