Native American Public Telecommunications



Clinton's Legacy With Native Americans (1/17/2001)

Date of this Version

January 2001


Bill Clinton campaigned heavily in Indian Country, gathering votes for both his election victories. During his presidency he even visited the Pine Ridge and Navajo reservations, the first sitting president to make such trips. But was it all just for great photo opportunities? Eight years after taking office, what sort of legacy is he leaving behind for Native America? What can he do in the last few days of his presidency for Native peoples? Will he free Leonard Peltier? Invited Guests include Lynn Cutler, Senior Adviser for Indian Affairs to White House Chief of Staff

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