Gregory Ablavsky on the Original Meaning of “With the Indian Tribes”, Race, and Citizenship

Gregory Ablavsky has published “With the Indian Tribes”: Race, Citizenship, and Original Constitutional Meanings in the Stanford Law Review. Here is the abstract: Under black-letter law declared in the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Morton v. Mancari, federal classifications of individuals as “Indian” based on membership in a federally recognized tribe rely on a political, not …

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Citizenship Goes Global

My day was split between talking to a social forum at a local church this morning about sustainability, climate change and divestment; an afternoon around other candidates for office in Michigan from the Green Party; and this evening after dinner I’ve been catching up on some websites that I used to frequent. One is PelicanWeb …

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