Title

Tribal Disruption and Federalism

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

The very presence of Indian nations within the borders of the United States and its territories has always been, from the Founding, disruptive. Indian nations are disruptive, but as I will argue, they are disruptive in the best possible manner. This paper describes several ongoing tribal-state disputes throughout the nation, acknowledging that the tribal claims are disruptive, but that tribal disruption is not inherently harmful.

Comments

Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.


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