Publication Date

7-1-1981

Document Type

Other

Abstract

An analytical look at the state-tribal relationship insofar as it resembles other intergovernmental relationships and insofar as it is unique. The Handbook provides a framework for looking at tribes and states taking into account the opportunities for cooperation and coordination as well as the more familiar competition.

Language

English

Publisher

American Indian Law Center, Inc.

Comments

This material is based upon work supported by the Department off Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, under BIA Grant Number K51C1420G030, Ford Foundation and Donner Foundation

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