The American Indians and Civil Rights:

1The material from here to footnote 2 was taken from "A Statement of Frank J. Barry, Solicitor, Department of the Interior, before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, Tuesday, June 22, 1965."

2The material from here to footnote 3 was taken from "American Indians and The American Society" speech delivered by Commissioner Philleo Nash, June 29, 1965.

3The ideas of the following paragraph are based on "Indian Unemployment Survey" 88th Cong., lst Sess., House Committee Print No. 3. and "Federal Facilities for Indians," Mamie L. Mizen, Senate Appropriations Committee Staff.

4The following paragraph contains ideas suggested in "Federal opinion on the need for an Indian Treaty Study," House Report 1044, 89th Cong., 1st Sess.

5The material from here on to quote 6 is taken from Albert E. Kane's "Jurisdiction over Indians and Indian Reservations". Arizona Law Review, Vol. 6, No. 2, Spring 1965, pp. 237-255.

6The last paragraph that follows is based on ideas from the Barry statement (footnote one) and "Statement of Lawrence Speiser" (American Civil Liberties Union), June 29, 1965.


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