American Indian Tribes and Secession

Tulsa Law Journal, Vol. 42, p. 385, 1993

14 Pages Posted: 4 May 2009

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Erik M. Jensen

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Abstract

Critics of American Indian law have often complained about federal interference in the internal affairs of American Indian nations. The author ponders how independent the critics really want American Indian nations to be and whether secession theory might help us think about the theory and practice of really independent American Indian nations.

Keywords: American Indian Law, American Indian Nations, Secession

JEL Classification: K39

Suggested Citation

Jensen, Erik M., American Indian Tribes and Secession. Tulsa Law Journal, Vol. 42, p. 385, 1993. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1396360

Erik M. Jensen (Contact Author)

Case Western Reserve University School of Law ( email )

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