Today's Takeaways: Electric Chairs, Marijuana, and 'War and Peace'

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Head Man Delwin Fiddler (C) of the Lakota Sioux tribe and Head Lady Toni Tsatooke (L) of the Kiowa tribe lead dancers into a circle for the start of a Native American powwow in Urbana, MD. 08.04.2002
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