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Native American Criminal (In)Justice

Maximilian Peter Bottinger; Raymond Arthur Smith

Title:
Native American Criminal (In)Justice
Author(s):
Bottinger, Maximilian Peter
Smith, Raymond Arthur
Date:
Type:
Reports
Department(s):
Political Science
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Series:
Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
Geographic Area:
United States
Abstract:
This issue brief will discuss the widely unrecognized victims of a legal system in the United States that does unfortunately not live up to the standards set forth for it by the Constitution, namely Native Americans. Combined with the greater economic plight and near pariah status of Native Americans, this data should reveal a compelling precedent for widespread change for Native populations.
Subject(s):
Indians of North America--Social conditions
Recidivism
Discrimination in criminal justice administration
Indians of North America--Criminal justice system
Political science
Social structure
Indians
Indians of North America
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Maximilian Peter Bottinger, Raymond Arthur Smith, , Native American Criminal (In)Justice, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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