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Tribal Government Today, Revised Edition
by James J. Lopach, Margery Hunter Brown and Richmond L. Clow
University Press of Colorado, 1998
Cloth: 978-0-87081-477-8
Library of Congress Classification E78.M9L67 1998
Dewey Decimal Classification 323.11970786

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An account of Fourth World peoples within a First World nation, Tribal Government Today, Revised Edition, is a critical analysis of the contemporary progress of Indian tribes toward self-government and economic sufficiency. Focusing on seven reservations in Montana representing the diverse opportunities and problems facing Indian tribes in the West, this book approaches tribal government from the twin perspectives of reservation politics and the legal context within which reservation conflicts must be solved.
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