Behind the Man

John Laurie, Ruth Gorman, and the Indian Vote in Canada
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Current format, Paperback, 2007, Available .
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Behind the Man is a unique biography of Alberta political figure John Lee Laurie, a key proponent of Indigenous rights in the 1940s and 1950s. Before 1961, Indigenous people were allowed to vote in Federal elections only if they agreed to give up their treaty rights and leave behind their homes and families. Laurie was…

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