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Stanford Law School Authors Argue for a New Vision of Native Peoples’ Contributions to Constitutional Law

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from Stanford Law School

Debate over the United States Constitution didn’t just happen inside the cloistered halls of the Pennsylvania State House in 1787. Complex conversations and nuanced debates about federal power, individual rights, commerce, and slavery had swirled for years among many groups of people in the new country—including those who originally owned the land.

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