Uneven ground american indian sovereignty and federal law the political rights and sovereign status of american indian nations has variously been respected ignored terminated and unilaterally modified by federal lawmakers. In the early 1970s the federal government began recognizing self determination for american indian nations as sovereign entities indian nations have been able to establish policies concerning health care education religious freedom law enforcement gaming and taxation yet these gains have not gone unchallenged starting in the late 1980s states have tried to regulate and profit from . Download citation uneven ground american indian sovereignty and federal law ethnohistory 513 2004 658 660 uneven ground invokes a double metaphor david wilkins and tsianina lomawaima two . Uneven ground american indian sovereignty and federal law wilkins david e lomawaima tsianina norman university of oklahoma press 2001
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