Freedom of the Press and A.I.M. Occupation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, November 3-9, 1972
   
a newspaper clippings file

Amnesty Denied to Indians - Nov. 10, 1972  ... Justice Eyes Way to Charge Indians
Indian Protest Sought End of Paternalism & Indians Call Files from BIA 'Ransom' ... & ...  'The Government Forced Us to Action' & Indians Call File from BIA 'Ransom' & Protest by Indians sought an end to Paternalism ... continued
Indians Clash Over Money - Nov. 11, 1972 ... Indian Groups Clash Over Money in Wake of Protest
Damage to BIA Third Heaviest Ever in U.S. - Nov. 11, 1972
Hidden Information vs. the Right To Know - Nov. 13, 1972
Indians to Return Paintings - Nov. 13, 1972
Probe Begun on Return of BIA Paintings - Nov. 14, 1972
Justices Won't Review News Sources Ruling - Nov. 14, 1972
After the Indian Protest - Nov. 15, 1972
Reporter Is Jailed, Freed on Appeal in Protecting Source - Nov. 17, 1972
Confronting the Great White Fathers With Optimism - Nov. 17, 1972
Sioux Leader Outraged - Nov. 18, 1972
Court Limits Press On Visits to Prison - Nov. 18, 1972
Journalism Group Hits 'Repression' - Nov. 19, 1972
Indians Got Kindly Agnew Memo - Nov. 16, 1972
Indians Seize Nebraska Museum - Nov. 16, 1972
Investigation Can Be a Big Weapon - Nov. 20, 1972
Harvard Professor Jailed in Contempt - Nov. 22, 1972
Navajo Chief Sees Uprisings Possible - Nov. 22, 1972
BIA's Loesch: A Bureaucrat Unafraid to Speak Out - Nov. 22, 1972 ... Indian Affairs' Loesch: A Bureaucrat Unafraid to Speak Out
Indian Rights: Too Little, Too Late - Nov. 23, 1972 ... Rights for Indians: Too Few, Too Late
U.S. Accused of Showing B.I.A. Damage & 5 Indicted for Having BIA Material - Nov. 23, 1972
3 Indians Arrested in BIA Thefts - Nov. 24, 1972
Brutality Movie Called Spark - Activist Tells of BIA Sacking - Nov. 25, 1972 ... Activist Tells of BIA Rampage
Indian Activists May Be Unified by Slaying - Nov. 26, 1972 ... Slaying May Unify Indian Activists
Secret Service's Excessive Ways - Nov. 26, 1972
ASSIMILATION - Saving Indian Culture - Nov. 26, 1972
Nixon Aides to Shun Probe on BIA Protest - Nov. 29, 1972
BIA Plans Cut In Work Force Here to 100 - Nov. 30, 1972
Ins and Outs at Interior
N.J. Bill Would Aid News Media
GW Professor Admits Firing Instructor for Writing Article - Dec. 1, 1972
New Court Rules Spell Censorship - Dec. 1, 1972
Ethics, Professionalism, and a Free Press - Dec. 1, 1972
Some Amplification on "Ethics, Professionalism, and a Free Press" - Dec. 1, 1972
Judge Will Review Case of Newsman - Dec. 2, 1972
BIA Fight: 'One Has to Go' - Dec. 2, 1972
Questions About the BIA Occupation - Indian Affairs Hearings: Beyond the Destruction - Dec. 2, 1972
3 Indian Officials Ousted in Shakeup - Dec. 3, 1972 ... Indian Affairs Leadership Changed
Morton Testifies On Takeover Role - Dec. 5, 1972
Nixon Picks Lynn for HUD, Keeps Morton at Interior - Dec. 6, 1972
Police Chief Feared Force At Indians' BIA Occupation - Dec. 6, 1972... Chief Feared Force At BIA Occupation & Indian Occupaton was 'in Retaliation'
Airport Guards Ordered - Dec. 6, 1972
Mistrial Decided in Ellsberg Case - Dec. 9, 1972
Indians From East Urged to Sue U.S. - Dec. 9, 1972
Indian Documents Tell Shabby Story - Dec. 11, 1972
Court Declares Mistrial in Ellsberg Case - Dec. 12, 1972
BIA Smugglers Tricked the Police - Dec. 12, 1972
Rights and Wrongs of the Indian - Dec. 13, 1972
Several Ellsberg Jurors Angry Over Dismissal - Dec. 13, 1972
Jailed Newsman Denied Privileges Allowed Criminals - Dec. 14, 1972
Indian Bureau Chief Is Outflanked - Dec. 14, 1972
A Free Press: It Is Up to the Press Itself - Dec. 14, 1972
BIA Papers Bare Indian Neglect - Dec. 15, 1972
Paper Told to Yield Watergate Tape - Dec. 15, 1972
For the Record .. Projecting One's Bias on the Press - Dec. 16, 1972
... Welfare for Wealthy - Dec. 16, 1972
A Small Tribe's Plight - Dec. 17, 1972
GOP Seeks to Kill Public TV Shows - Dec. 18, 1972
Urban Indian Is Forgotten Man - Dec. 19, 1972
Media Face Inaugural Check - Dec. 20, 1972
Judge Backs Inmate Interviews - Dec. 20, 1972
Refused to Produce Watergate Tapes, Newsman Jailed for Contempt - Dec. 20, 1972 ... Newsman Jailed in Refusal To Show Watergate Tapes
Contempt Case Deadline Set - Dec. 21, 1972
Judge Gets Tapes from L.A. Times - Dec. 21, 1972
Court Overturns Hill Contempt Term - Dec. 21, 1972
Profiteers Prey on Agnes Victims ... Chaos Revealed - Dec. 21, 1972
Dr. Whitehead and the First Amendment - Dec. 22, 1972
Future of Civil Rights Worries Old Guard as Gains Are Noted - Dec. 25, 1972
Gray Throws FBI Into a Tizzy ... Vietnam Outlook ... Forbidden Reading - Dec. 27, 1972
Slaying of Youth Angers Chippewas - Dec. 27, 1972
Indian Land-Use - Jan. 2, 1973
A Free Press: From Jefferson to Reagan - Jan. 2, 1973
Publicity Undermines Dictators - Jan. 3, 1973
U.S. Disputed on Injustice to Indians - Jan. 4, 1973
U.S. 'Suppliers' Really Military Men ... Illegal Draft [of Inuit] - Jan. 6, 1973
Watergate Defendant Claims 'Bugs' Legal - Jan. 17, 1973 ... Protection Set as 'Bug' Plea
Ellsberg Trial Resumes Today: Basic Issues Seen at Stake - Jan. 17, 1973
Kleindiesnt Welcomes Watergate Inquiry - Senate Offered Bugging Data - Jan. 18, 1973
Ellseberg Trial Cast as a Simple, Narrow Case - Jan. 18, 1973
U.S. Published Part of Data in Ellsberg Case - Jan. 20, 1973
Justices Uphold U.S. Data Secrecy - Jan. 23, 1973
Hate-Monger Smith Changes Tune ... The Forked Tongue - Jan. 29, 1973
... [Nixon] Falsehood Exposed - Jan. 31, 1973
Ellsberg Trial Is Told Of Memo on Papers - Feb. 1, 1973
FBI Arrests Reporter in Stolen Data - Feb. 1, 1973 ... Columnist's Aide Held in Theft of Indian Unit Papers
Activists' House Raided Again; BIA Documents Sought - Feb. 1, 1973
Indian Explains Actions, BIA Material Was Sent for Him to Return - Feb. 2, 1973 ... BIA Papers Claimed Destined for FBI






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