As a Canadian, I am ashamed of what happened at Oka (“The fury of Oka,” Cover, Sept. 10). The symbolism of army tanks with guns directed at the Mohawks is as powerful as it is appalling and showed how helpless the different levels of government are in dealing with the aboriginal issue.
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