I have long appreciated Lewis Diuguid's support for repressed Americans. He takes a lot of verbal shots for his open style of writing.
It was a nice surprise to see him champion (1/13, Opinion) the natives of this land. However, I suspect that at least some natives do not want to share equal time on American currency with the likes of Andrew Jackson, who brutally forced massive relocation of many of these people in violation of a solemn treaty.
Even today, the native reservations persist. And for those who haven't been to one, most of them look a lot like concentration camps.
Ronnie A. Sturdevant