Native American Political Systems and the Evolution of Democracy

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Native American Political Systems and the Evolution of Democracy
Native American Political Systems and the Evolution of Democracy

For more than a decade scholars have debated the question of whether American Indian confederacies, primarily the Iroquois, helped influence the formation of U.S. basic law. The idea has sparked lively debate in the public arena as well, with Canadian diplomat Durling Voyce-Jones contending it shows a paradigm shift in our thinking, Patrick Buchanan calling it “idiocy,” and George Will saying it’s “fiction.” For the first time, this bibliography brings together some 450 citations on the debate. The work describes the debate in the words of one of its major participants, Bruce E. Johansen, author of three other books on the subject.

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