The Resource The Aboriginal and comparative law : a United States perspective : agenda 1.A.1, W. Cole

The Aboriginal and comparative law : a United States perspective : agenda 1.A.1, W. Cole

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The Aboriginal and comparative law : a United States perspective : agenda 1.A.1
Title
The Aboriginal and comparative law
Title remainder
a United States perspective : agenda 1.A.1
Statement of responsibility
W. Cole
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses issues of pluralism and emerging questions concerning the treatment of non-dominant subcultures and colonised groups; previous failure of law comparatists in the United States to consider Indian law; history of American Indian law from colonisation, through the formative years of 1789-1871, after the passage of the Appropriations Act and the resultant assimilation era, the period of Indian reorganisation, the termination era of 1942-1961 in which gains in Indian law were reversed and there was a return to assimilationist policy, and the period of 1961-1986 where self-determination became the focus; demographic information about the American Indian population; considers case law surrounding civil rights, legal status of Native Americans, Indian law and natural resources, criminal law, and religious liberty
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The Aboriginal and comparative law : a United States perspective : agenda 1.A.1, W. Cole
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "Reprinted from the American Journal of Comparative Law Volume 34, 1986, supplement" -- cover
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Includes bibliographical references
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Extent
27 p.
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