By Wade Davies, Richmond L. Clow
American Indian Sovereignty and legislation: An Annotated Bibliography covers a wide selection of themes and comprises assets facing federal Indian coverage, federal and tribal courts, felony justice, tribal governance, spiritual freedoms, fiscal improvement, and diverse sub-topics on the topic of tribal and person rights. whereas basically fascinated about the years 1900 to the current, many resources are incorporated that target the nineteenth century or past.
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Iverson, Peter. ” In Southwest, vol. 10, Alfonso Ortiz, volume ed. in Handbook of North American Indians, William C. , 636–40. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1983. Stresses Peter MacDonald’s role and the tribal government’s part in addressing difficult problems and promoting self-determination. 293. Iverson, Peter, ed. “For Our Navajo People”: Diné Letters, Speeches and Petitions, 1900–1960. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2002. ” The volume demonstrates successful twentiethcentury efforts toward Navajo self-determination.
1982. S. Congress has plenary power over tribal affairs, but tribes can determine their membership. 237. Wilkinson, Charles F. Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations. New York: W. W. Norton, 2005. Surveys key events in this effort from the 1950s to the present, with emphasis on Native perspectives and actions. A wide variety of sovereignty-related issues are covered. There are enduring problems but Native ways will survive. 238. Wilkinson, Charles F. Indian Tribes as Sovereign Governments: A Sourcebook on Federal–Tribal History, Law, and Policy.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 5 (January 2003): 405–82. ” The courts have extended state power on reservations. 218. Wantland, William C. ” American Indian Law Review 3, no. 1 (1975): 1–5. Describes tribal landholding practices, credit issues, and government paternalism. The key is to protect tribal rights through education and organization. 219. Ward, Edward J. ” North Dakota Law Review 51 (Fall 1974): 137–90. Tribal sovereignty is the key to tribal cultural preservation.