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Don't Cry for Me

Katharine Makower
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In opposition to Norman Lewis' "The Missionaries", the author shows, through the stories of individual people in a remote corner of Argentina, that the missionaries there did not contribute to the destruction of the tribal way of life, but guided Indians against inevitable change. It looks into the controversy of whether Western values and influence should be exposed to the tribal way of life. Previous books by the author are "Follow my Leader" and "Building Bridges" with Philip Mohabir.
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Edition Details
Author Katharine Makower
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Year Published 1989-05-01
Number of Pages 176
ISBN 13 9780340499634
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