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Jim Lein, Minot, letter: Nickname stands as relic of the 1930s

Published 05/14/2010

The 1930s were hardly a racially sensitive and enlightened era: the ā€œNā€ word was commonly used, lynchings still occurred, and various disrespectful terms were used to describe American Indians.

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