. next, the university of utah professor, gregory smoak, talks about the founding of the commission and the modern repercussions of some decisions.
. government and native american tribes. next, the university of utah ak, talks, gregory smo about the founding of the commission and the modern repercussions of some decisions. his classes about one hour, 15 minutes. guess we should go ahead and get started. click announcement, just so you are aware of where we are at, tuesday next week we will have the final quiz. i am sure you are happy about that. -- so please be ready for that at the beginning of class. today what i want to do is talk about the indian claims commission as a means of continuing our discussion, the mid-20th century, the indian claims commission is something that is often not -- people don't spend a lot of time on. i think it is important. it certainly point out the link between the resources and land, the controlled resources and land and tribal sovereignty. it also illustrates very clearly the limitations on tribal sovereignty that the federal government puts in place, legislation that might seem to empower indian people, but also has real limitations on. and then we will spend time today talking about one particular claim,
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