Richard Leiby

Wall Street Journal

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Senior writer for the Washington Post

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For 20 years, Native Americans and others have been trying to get the NFL's  Washington Redskins  to change the team's name.

Was Washington Redskins Namesake a Native American Imposter?

For 20 years, Native Americans and others have been trying to get the NFL's Washington Redskins to change the team's name.

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