The ABC-CLIO Companion to the Native American Rights Movement

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ABC-CLIO, 1996 - Political Science - 498 pages
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Through highly compelling narratives focusing on key themes, personalities, issues, and events, readers can trace the efforts of the Native American rights movement to preserve and recover the civil rights of American Indians. Nearly 500 alphabetized entries address a full range of issues, from the political debate over treaty obligations, ownership of natural resources, and the sovereignty of reservations to religious freedom and spiritual traditions. Throughout the text, key legislation and landmark court cases are highlighted.

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Taking the view that the Native rights struggle began at European contact, Grossman (Guide to the Persian Gulf War, LJ 5/1/96) offers a valuable resource of information drawn from the voluminous ... Read full review

Contents

Chronology
437
Bibliography
455
Illustration Credits
485
Copyright

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Mark Grossman is a professional writer specializing in American and world history, constitutional law, and the environment. He is the author of ABC-CLIO's award winning Encyclopedia of the Persian Gulf War.

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