Tribal sovereignty and self-government are essential to Native American cultural survival. Current limitations on Congress' plenary power in Indian affairs are inadequate to protect these core tribal rights. This Comment examines recent developments in Canadian law and proposes legislation following the Canadian example to better protect core tribal rights in the United States.
Matthew D. Wells,
Sparrow and Lone Wolf: Honoring Tribal Rights in Canada and the United States,
66 Wash. L. Rev.
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