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Economic development in American Indian reservations / edited by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz.

By: Ortiz, Roxanne Dunbar
Contributor(s): University of New Mexico. Native American Studies
Language: English Series: Development series. 1 / Native American Studies, University of New Mexico ; 1Publisher: [Albuquerque] : Native American Studies, University of New Mexico, 1979.Description: 157p. : tables ; 23.5cm.ISBN: 0934090009
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Includes bibl. notes. - Contents: I, The land and the people. The land and the people are speaking / S.J. Ortiz; Self-determination and the concept of sovereignty / V. Deloria; II, Historical background for underdevelopment. Federal Indian land policy and economic development in the United States / Klar B. Kelley; The dark and bloody ground of Indian water rights / N.C. Hundley; Sources of underdevelopment / R.D. Ortiz; III, The Navajo Nation: a case study. Traditional pastoral economy / L. Lamphere; Dependence and underdevelopment / L.T. Ruffing; Tribal enterprises: will they survive? / Al Henderson; Tax alternatives / Gerald J. Boyle; Structural changes in Navajo government related to development / Lynn A. Robbins; IV, The politics of Indian underdevelopment and development. Strategy for asserting Indian control over mineral development / L.T. Ruffing; Planning Indian economic development / P. Reno; Choices and directions / R.D. Ortiz.

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