Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1991

Abstract

This article examines the ongoing struggle of Indians to gain the right to vote and, thus, have a meaningful opportunity to fully participate in the political process. It will discuss historical and modern disenfranchisement and the continued progress toward the goal of political equality envisioned by the fifteenth amendment.

Publication Title

American Indian Law Review

Volume

16

First Page

167

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