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Harvard Project Lessons on Self-Government: Improving Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada [Frontier Centre for Public Policy]

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“The case studies used in the paper look at American reservations, but they have obvious application in Canada. In both countries, aboriginal people have shared almost identical histories, and their legal and political structures are twins. Their reserve societies are rife with the same kind of grinding poverty and social problems, and income levels remain at the bottom of the ethnic totem pole on both sides of the border.

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by Dr. Radut