Broken landscape : Indians, Indian tribes, and the constitution /
Broken Landscape is a sweeping chronicle of the ways that Indian tribal sovereignty is recognized within the Constitution and as it has been interpreted and misinterpreted through legal analysis and practice over the intervening decades. Built on a history of war and usurpation of land, the relation...
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Oxford University Press,
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