Not Because They are Brown, But Because of Ea: Why the Good Guys Lost in Rice V. Cayetano, and Why They Didn't Have to Lose

Clarkson, G., Not Because They are Brown, but Because of Ea: Why the Good Guys Lost in Rice v. Cayetano, and Why They Didn’t Have to Lose, 7 Mich J. Race & L. 318 (2002)

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See all articles by Dr. Gavin Clarkson, Esq.

Dr. Gavin Clarkson, Esq.

New Mexico State University - Department of Finance

Date Written: 2002

Abstract

An analysis of Native Hawaiian sovereignty and the Rice v. Cayetano supreme court case. The core of the analysis examines the parallel history of Native Hawaiians and tribes on the mainland and demonstrates that Native Hawaiians were on the congressional radar screen at the worst possible time based on the prevailing policies towards Indians.

Note: A previous version was published as a note as Clarkson, G., Recent Developments: Rice v. Cayetano, 24 Harv. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 921 (2001) and also reprinted in a chapter on Native Hawaiian Sovereignty in Indigenous Peoples, the Environment and Law (L. Watters, ed.,Carolina Academic Press, 2004)

Keywords: Native Hawaiian

Suggested Citation

Clarkson, Gavin, Not Because They are Brown, But Because of Ea: Why the Good Guys Lost in Rice V. Cayetano, and Why They Didn't Have to Lose (2002). Clarkson, G., Not Because They are Brown, but Because of Ea: Why the Good Guys Lost in Rice v. Cayetano, and Why They Didn’t Have to Lose, 7 Mich J. Race & L. 318 (2002). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2930650

Gavin Clarkson (Contact Author)

New Mexico State University - Department of Finance ( email )

1110 N Tornillo St
Las Cruces, NM 88001
United States
575-91-GAVIN (Phone)

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