By Wade Davies, Richmond L. Clow
American Indian Sovereignty and legislation: An Annotated Bibliography covers a large choice of issues and comprises assets facing federal Indian coverage, federal and tribal courts, felony justice, tribal governance, spiritual freedoms, financial improvement, and various sub-topics on the topic of tribal and person rights. whereas basically excited by the years 1900 to the current, many assets are integrated that target the nineteenth century or past.
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215. Tweedy, Ann. ” Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal 18, (1999–2000): 147–217. Race-based interpretations of rights during the Civil Rights era diminished tribal sovereignty and moved the interpretation of tribal law cases away from treaty and inherent tribal sovereignty canons of construction. Oliphant began dismantling tribal sovereignty construction and this debasement of tribal sovereignty continued as the high court continued to misapply social contract theory. 216. Udall, Stewart L. ” Arizona Law Review 10 (Winter 1968): 553–57.
Rockwell. ” American Indian 4, no. 3 (1948): 12–23. Studies the economic and legal status of Northern California tribes and asserts their right and ability to make decisions for themselves. They deserve full citizenship status in California and benefit little from federal wardship. 262. Bridgers, Ben Oshel. ” Journal of Cherokee Studies 4 (Winter 1979): 21–43. Discusses court cases, treaties, state legislation, and federal legislation that affected North Carolina and the Cherokees from 1875 to 1978.
Tarlock, A. Dan. “Can Cowboys Become Indians? ” Arizona State Law Journal 31 (Summer 1999): 539–82. As the American West becomes urbanized, what will happen to the cultures that have historically composed this landscape? The irony is that many of these new minorities are whites who are asking for similar protections that tribes have tried to protect, such as inalienability of water and other resources. 205. Tebben, Carol. ” University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 5 (January 2003): 318–56.
American Indian Sovereignty and Law: An Annotated Bibliography (Native American Bibliography Series) by Wade Davies, Richmond L. Clow