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When Tribes and States Collide Part Ii

By Ryser, Rudolph C.

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Title: When Tribes and States Collide Part Ii  
Author: Ryser, Rudolph C.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, United Nations Publications, Commission on Human Rights
Collections: Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) Collection
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Publisher: Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) and The Fourth World Documentation Project

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Excerpt
Excerpt: Part two symptoms of a greater problem. The tribes and the State of Washington have been unable to relate to one another as sovereign peers within the United States. Instead of acting as responsible governments, relationships between the tribes and the state have become so strained in recent years that virtually every conflict between them is dragged into court to await a solution. More than 2,000 such cases are now pending in U.S. courts. Rather than talk openly with one another and negotiate fair and equitable settlements on a government-to-government basis, the tribes, the state and the federal government continue to prolong the agony of facing up to the fact that there is indeed a very fundamental problem which must be resolved.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: PART TWO / SYMPTOMS OF A GREATER PROBLEM -- The Sickness Affecting Indian Country -- A Greater Problem -- An Old Problem -- Current U.S. Policy Towards Tribes -- The Need For a Neutral Ground -- The Problem Won't Go Away -- SYMPTOM ONE / Law & Order: -- Tribal Law Enforcement After Oliphant -- The Power of Jurisdiction -- What Was Lost in Oliphant? -- Who Is Watching the Law-breakers? -- Solutions That Aren't Really Solutions -- SYMPTOM TWO / Environmental & Natural Resources: -- Tribal Rights to Protect Their Own -- The Boldt Decision Relates to More Than Fish -- Avoiding the Political Question

 

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