Native American Sovereignty

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John R. Wunder
Taylor & Francis, 1996 - Law - 378 pages
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Contents

Treaty Legislation
66
Implications of Treaty Relationships Between the United States
81
The U S Supreme Courts Explication of Federal Plenary
97
IS SelfDetermination and the Concept of Sovereignty
118
The Origins of SelfDetermination Ideology
125
The Challenge of Indigenous SelfDetermination
143
A Coroerstone of Sovereignty
179
A Usurpation of Indigenous
204
A Progressive Outlook and a Traditional Style
241
The Quest for Sovereignty
267
The Past Present
287
Toward a Right
323
The Future of Indian Nations
356
Acknowledgments
377
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