The Great Secret about Federal Indian Law–Two Hundred Years in Violation of the Constitution–And the Opinion the Supreme Court Should Have Written to Reveal It


When the South African government denied native Africans the rights and sovereignty that were theirs long before the Afrikaners and English arrived, the United States and the international community responded with extensive economic and political sanctions. When Iraq invaded Kuwait, the United States and the international community refused to permit this violation of Kuwait’s sovereignty and imposed severe military, economic, and political sanctions upon Iraq. Yet for two hundred years the United States has committed equivalent acts and atrocities against Native American nations, without punishment or restitution.

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