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A 30-foot scale model of ancient Rome, built by University of Montana art students and on display in the university’s Native American Center, was allegedly usurped Monday night by students placing hundreds of paper teepees and toy figurines of cowboys and American Indians. The anonymous culture jammers declared the “Roman savages have ceded all rights to all lands and resources in their former territories,” and placed cowboys in “reservations.” Roman structures were labeled as “INDIAN-OWNED TOURIST DESTINATIONS.”
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