Table of contents for American Indians and the law / N. Bruce Duthu.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS	x
INTRODUCTION	
PART ONE:	INDIAN TRIBES AS GOVERNMENTS	
Chapter One:	THE DIGNITY OF TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS	
Chapter Two: 1978 ? A WATERSHED YEAR IN INDIAN LAW	
Chapter Three: CREEPING CONSTITUTIONALISM FROM THE TEMPLE	
PART TWO:	TRIBAL HOMELANDS	
CHAPTER FOUR: IDENTIFYING THE CONTOURS OF INDIAN COUNTRY	
CHAPTER FIVE:	STEWARDS OF THE NATURAL WORLD	
CHAPTER SIX:	REVITALIZING TRIBAL ECONOMIES	
PART THREE:	ACCOMMODATING THE FIRST SOVEREIGNS	
CHAPTER SEVEN: 	INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND TRIBAL COMMUNAL INTERESTS	
CHAPTER EIGHT:	A QUESTION OF INSTITUTIONAL FIT	
PART FOUR:	FOUNDATIONS FOR RESPECTFUL CO-EXISTENCE	
CHAPTER NINE:	AVOIDING MISTAKES OF THE PAST	
CHAPTER TEN:	CONVENTIONS ON TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY	
CONCLUSION	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Federally recognized Indian tribes.
Indians of North America -- Law and legislation.
Indians of North America -- Politics and government.