1) What do self-determination and sovereignty mean for Indian tribes in modern America?
2) What were the aims and achievements of the American Indian Movement?
3) How have federal Indian policies changed over the past forty years or so?
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When tribes first confronted the European forces, they were a dominant force because of the combined efforts of Indians and Native people in Alaska. Basing on their numerical strengths, they controlled the natural resources within and between the warring territories and relentlessly appealed for European recognition of tribal property rights. This saw the...