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Lasagna: The Man Behind the Mask

At Oka in 1990 the Canadian military confronted some 40 armed Mohawks resisting a further encroachment on their lands. The story of Ronald Cross and his involvement in the events at Oka, the ongoing investigation and legal proceedings, and the complicit role of the media in all of these events, up to and including Ronald Cross’ testimony before the Lemay inquest in 1994, are interrogated in a book vital to an understanding of the struggle for native self-determination and self-government in North America.

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