Comparison Of Carson's 'Blood And Thunder'

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Sides’ account frames Carson mercifully. Without a doubt Sides acknowledges that Carson committed brutal acts, but ultimately Blood and Thunder presents Carson as a man of strong character and value, a man who followed orders diligently. On the other hand Denetdale’s framing of Carson highlights the atrocities and violations of humanity that he committed, making him the face of mass displacement and enormous pain and suffering on the part of the Navajo and the Mescalero Apache who were also interned at Bosque Redondo.
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