9780812297430 (electronic bk.) 0812297431 (electronic bk.) 9780812252514 0812252519
Haney Foundation series.
Voting in Indian Country uses conflicts over voting rights to understand the centuries-long fight for Native self-determination, using ethnographic data and weaving together history, politics, and law to provide a robust view of this often-ignored struggle for social justice.
Formatted Contents Note
Part I. The Question of Citizenship. Chapter 1. The Framing of American Indian Citizenship Chapter 2. Ambiguous Civic Status Part II. The Promise of the Ballot Box. Chapter 3. The Voting Rights Act Reaches Indian Country Chapter 4. The Shift to Vote Dilution, Suppression, and Abridgment Chapter 5. A Case Study of Jackson County, South Dakota Part III. Grassroots Perspectives. Chapter 6. Lawyers and Native Voting Rights Chapter 7. Lifetimes of Activism Chapter 8. Grassroots Voting Rights Activism Chapter 9. Stepping Forward Chapter 10. Why It Matters Notes Bibliography Index.
Source of Description
Online resource; title from PDF title page (ProQuest, viewed October 09, 2020).