Women's Rights in Native North America: Legal Mobilization in the US and Canada

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LFB Scholarly Pub., 2004 - Law - 241 pages
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Drawing on case briefs, government documents, interviews, and other sources, a Seattle-based freelance political scientist studies the provocative issue of whether North American Indian women are better or worse off after their legal mobilization. In framing the combined effects of racism and sexism within tribal and federal government power contex

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Indigenous Womens Legal Mobilization
Marrying Out in the US
Marrying Out in Canada Part I

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Judith H. Aks is a freelance writer in Seattle, WA. She earned her Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Washington in 2000.

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