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The complicated legacy of Native American vice president Charles Curtis

In 1929, Charles Curtis, an enrolled member of the Kaw Nation, became Herbert Hoover’s vice president. John Yang speaks with biographer Deb Goodrich and tribal attorney Ken Bellmard about the story of America’s first and only Native American vice president.

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