Table of contents for Indigenous people and the modern state / edited by Duane Champagne, Karen Torjesen, Susan Steiner.

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PART I. Indigenous Identity and the State
1.	Duane Champagne
Rethinking Native Relations with Contemporary Nation-States
2.	Steven Crum
Crossing Borders/Border Crossings: native American Identity
3.	James Dempsey
Status Indian: Who Defines You?
4.	Discussion of Indigenous Identity and the State
PART II. Culture and Economics
5.	Brian Calliou
The Culture of Leadership: Indigenous Leadership in a Changing Economy
6.	Cora Voyageur
Doing our Share: Employment and Entrepreneurship in Canada's Aboriginal Community
7.	Discussion of Culture and Economics
PART III. Trilateral Discussions: Canada, the United States and Mexico
8.	Sylvia Marcos
We Come to Ask for Justice, Not Crumbs
9.	Patricia McCormack
Competing Narratives: Barriers Between Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian State
10.	June Nash
The Mayan Quest for Pluricultural Autonomy in Mexico and Guatemala
11.	Barbara Tedlock
Indigenous, Cosmopolitan, and Integrative Medicine in the Americas
12.	Discussion of Trilateral Exchanges between Canada, the United States and Mexico

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians of North America -- Politics and government.
Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Indians of North America -- Social conditions.
Self-determination, National -- North America.