Table of contents for Tribes, treaties, and constitutional tribulations / by Vine Deloria, Jr. & David E. Wilkins.

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Introduction Chapter I. Europeans and the New World Chapter II. The Articles of Confederation Chapter III. The Constitution and American Indian Tribes The Federalist Papers Explicit Clauses Dealing with Indians Implicit Clauses Dealing with Indians Chapter IV. The Relationship of Indian Tribes to the Three Branches of the Federal Government Indians and the Executive Branch Indians and the Legislative Branch Indians and the Judicial Branch Chapter V. The Historical Development of Constitutional Clauses The Treaty-making Power The Power to Regulate Commerce The Property Clause Miscellaneous Constitutional Clauses Chapter VI. The Constitutional Amendments The Bill of Rights The First Amendment: The Establishment of Religion The First Amendment: The Free Exercise Clause The Lyng Decision The Smith Decision The First Amendment: Freedoms of Speech and Assembly The Fourth Amendment: Search and Seizure The Fifth Amendment: Double Jeopardy The Fifth Amendment: Due Process The Fifth Amendment: Just Compensation The Sixth Amendment: Legal Counsel Chapter VII. The Later Constitutional Amendments The Thirteenth Amendment The Fourteenth Amendment: Citizenship and Due Process The Fifteenth Amendment The Sixteenth Amendment The Prohibition Amendments The Twenty-sixth Amendment Chapter VIII. The Status of Indian Tribes and the Constitution Notes References Index of Cases Ceneral Index

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Indians of North America -- Civil rights -- History.
Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- History.
Constitutional history -- United States.