A Libertarian Framework for Indian Rights
Torivio A. Fodder
Maori and Indigenous Governance Centre, The University of Waikato
April 10, 2012
This dissertation outlines a new vision for Indian rights, drawing from the fields of libertarian political philosophy and critical race legal theory. The goal is to develop a framework for federal Indian policy that provides for a true realization of tribal self-determinaion, that maximizes the liberty interests of American Indians, and that promotes lasting economic development in Indian Country.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 185
Keywords: American Indian, Native American, Libertarian, Critical, Critical Race Theory, Tribal Self-Determination
JEL Classification: Z10working papers series
Date posted: June 23, 2012
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