Indigenous Peoples and the State: The Struggle for Native Rights

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Long dismissed as relics of a primitive past, indigenous peoples are increasingly seeking international recognition and protection of their rights to land, water, and fundamental human freedoms. Anthropologist Bradley Reed Howard surveys the struggles of indigenous groups for self-determination in the United States and internationally, calling crucial attention to the urgent need for native social and political representation. "Indigenous Peoples and the State" presents an overview of the confrontation between tribal ...

Indigenous Peoples and the State: The Struggle for Native Rights 2003, Northern Illinois University Press

ISBN-13: 9780875802909

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