1977- American Indian Policy Review Commission Vol. 1

“Tho report is responsive to the provisions of P. L. 93-580 which
established this Commission and charged it with the responsibility to
conduct a comprehensive review of the historical and legal developments underlying the Indians’ relationship with the Federal Government and determine the nature and scope of necessary revisions in the formulation of policy and programs for the benefit of Indians. The commission’s recommendations have been arrived at after a careful review by the Commission and 11 Task Forces of the Federal-Indian relationship.”

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Categories: Federal Studies

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