The Problem of Justice

The Problem of Justice

Tradition and Law in the Coast Salish World

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For the indigenous peoples of North America, the history of colonialism has often meant a distortion of history, even, in some cases, a loss or distorted sense of their own native practices of justice. How contemporary native communities have dealt quite differently with this dilemma is the subject of The Problem of Justice, a richly textured ethnographic study of indigenous peoples struggling to reestablish control over justice in the face of conflicting external and internal pressures.
Publisher: Lincoln [Neb.] : University of Nebraska Press, ©2001.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 240 pages) : illustrations.

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