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Paul DeMain Gave Voice To Native American Issues. Now He's Ready For His Next Chapter.

Paul DeMain had been a journalist for about a year when the FBI came to serve search warrants on the chairman of the Lac Courte Oreilles tribe. It was 1977. DeMain was in his early 20s and still new to the reservation. He’d been brought there by the tribal chairman to work as the communications director for the tribe and the editor of a new tribal newspaper, the Lac Courte Oreilles Journal American.

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