Published Wednesday November 25, 2009
A View From a Washichu
BY STEW MAGNUSON
LINCOLN, Nebr. — In the state of Nebraska, if you can get anyone to show up to an author’s lecture while the Cornhuskers are playing a football game, it’s a small miracle.
But on a football Saturday two weeks ago, about 25 to 30 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus came to hear me speak about Whiteclay, Nebr., the hamlet on the Pine Ridge-Nebraska border that sells millions of cans of beer and malt liquor to the dry reservation every year. (more…)