The state of the Native nations conditions under U.S. policies of self-determination by Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy.

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Statementthe Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.
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Paginationxxii, 394 p. :
Number of Pages394
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Open LibraryOL22756859M
ISBN 109780195301267

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