Haunani-Kay Trask, activist, author, and poet, is professor of Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawai'i.
Like Hawaii's volcano Kilauea . . . Trask sets off explosions.--
"The New York Times"
Trask's analysis . . . provides a moral and political rationale for Hawaiian self-determination and sovereignty.-- "The Honolulu Advertiser"
Impassioned and provocative. . . . A welcome addition to the growing body of literature on indigenism.-- "Publishers Weekly"
One of the strongest and most influential texts of the sovereignty movement.-- "The Nation"
This book is not for the politically squeamish. It is a blueprint for sovereignty movements that aims at fueling the collective memory of a people.-- "Pacific Affairs"