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  • The Anglocentric Supremacy of the Marshall Court

    This article discusses the early cases in American legal history which, because of the world-view of the justices at the time, limited the rights and political independence of Indigenous peoples. Through the Major Crimes Act, Lone Wold case, and other political legislations, the scales of justice have always been tipped in favor of the white man, even though we rest on the idea of blind objectivity of our laws.

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