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(74.) Charles Wilkinson, and Eric Briggs, "Evolution of the Termination Policy," American Indian Law Review 5 (1977): 139,145,154-56.
(75.) Robert Clinton, "Nations within a Nation: The Evolution of Tribal Immunity," American Indian Law Review 24, no.
Suagee, "American Indian Religious Freedom and Cultural Resources Management: Protecting Mother Earth's Caretakers," American Indian Law Review, 10 no.
Shupe, "Indian Tribes in the Water Marketing Arena," American Indian Law Review, 15 no.
Johnny, "Can Indian Tribes Afford to Let the Bureau of Indian Affairs Continue to Negotiate Permits & Leases of Their Resources?" American Indian Law Review, 16 no.
Miles Viers, "Environmental Law: Uranium Mining on the Navajo Reservation," American Indian Law Review, 7 no.
Erickson and Duane Chapman, "Sovereignty for Sale: Nuclear Waste in Indian Country," Akwe:kon Journal, 10 (Fall 1993), 3-10; Ronald Eagleye Johnny, "Showing Respect for Tribal Law: Siting a Nuclear Waste MSR Facility," Akwe:kon Journal, 11 (Spring 1994), 16-27; Erickson, Chapman, and Johnny, "Monitored Retrievable Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel in Indian Country: Liability, Sovereignty, and Socioeconomics," American Indian Law Review, 19 no.
Fetzer, Philip Lee 1981 Jurisdictional Decisions in Indian Law: The Importance of Extralegal Factors in Judicial Decision-Making." American Indian Law Review 9:253-272.
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