2 edition of Reflecting Indian concerns and values in the justice system found in the catalog.
Reflecting Indian concerns and values in the justice system
Joint Canada-Saskatchewan-FSIN Justice Studies. Steering Committee
Added title: Joint-Canada-Saskatchewan-FSIN justice studies : report from the Steering Committee.
|Other titles||Joint-Canada-Saskatchewan-FSIN justice studies : report from the Steering Committee.|
|Statement||Government of Canada, Government of Saskatchewan, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations.|
|Contributions||Canada. Dept. of Justice., Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations|
|LC Classifications||KE8200A734 A15 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
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“We live among ruins in a World in which ‘god is dead’ as Nietzsche stated. The ideals of today are comfort, expediency, surface knowledge, disregard for one’s ancestral heritage and traditions, catering to the lowest standards of taste and intelligence, apotheosis of the pathetic, hoarding of material objects and possessions, disrespect for all that is inherently higher and better. While Indian lands have become part of the United States, Indian communities have neither been allowed to remain isolated as independent political entities nor have they been granted full status within the American political system. [italics mine] (Lyons, p. ) "Community" is the key concept.
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