|Title||Financing Aboriginal Justice Systems|
|Created by:||John H. Hylton|
|Description:||Article discusses past governmental approaches, and cost-benefit considerations in implementing self-government versus social and economic costs of not moving ahead and doing things differently.
Chapter from Continuing Poundmaker & Riel's Quest: Presentations Made at a Conference on Aboriginal Peoples and Justice compiled by Richard Gosse, James Youngblood Henderson, and Roger Carter.
|Credit:||Digitizing courtesy of Indigenous Studies Portal, University of Saskatchewan scanned from original Purich Publishing|
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Cross-Cultural Relations
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|Names:||Henderson, Sakej [Find offline items]