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Uncovering Indigenous Models of Leadership: An Ethnographic Case Study of Samoa’s Talavou Clan by Leiataua Robert Jon Peterson (review)

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Uncovering Indigenous Models of Leadership: An Ethnographic Case Study of Samoa’s Talavou Clan by Leiataua Robert Jon Peterson (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 31 (2) – Oct 3, 2019

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Abstract

book and media reviews 603 Trần was imprisoned until 1988, his homeland. Trần notes, “Whether thirteen years after his return to bitter or sweet, all memories are worth Vietnam. Life was difficult for him remembering” (32). Indeed. Let us and for others who had been repatri- remember this story. ated; he did not see much of a future mary therese perez in Vietnam because the Communists hattori “used force to keep us down” and Chaminade University employment was limited to menial labor (206). A year after his release, *** the United States began its Humani- tarian Operation, which facilitated Uncovering Indigenous Models of the immigration of repatriates held in Leadership: An Ethnographic Case reeducation camps. Trần applied for Study of Samoa’s Talavou Clan, resettlement in the United States and by Leiataua Robert Jon Peterson. departed Vietnam in December 1991. Lanham, md: Lexington Books, Once again motivated by love, he says, 2018. isbn cloth 978-1-4985-6824- “we left not for ourselves, but so that 1; e-book 978-1-4985-6825-8; v–x + our wives and children could look 115 pages, bibliography, index. Cloth, toward the future” (208). us$85.00; e-book, us$80.00. Limited Ship of Fate is a rare account told circulation available by request. from

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Oct 3, 2019

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