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Native American Protest Politics

James Bogner; Raymond Arthur Smith

Title:
Native American Protest Politics
Author(s):
Bogner, James
Smith, Raymond Arthur
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Type:
Reports
Department:
Political Science
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Series:
Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
Abstract:
Protest politics is the movement of a distinct group from a position of complacent subjugation to an active opposition of majority policies. Mostly peaceful with rare exception, the general protests by Native Americans -- American Indians -- has shifted from issues of sovereignty and religious practices to more secular needs.
Subject(s):
Native American studies
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Suggested Citation:
James Bogner, Raymond Arthur Smith, 2010, Native American Protest Politics, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:10999.

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