Aboriginal Self-Government: Legal and Constitutional Issues
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Produced by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1995.
| This publication describes and assesses five
perspectives in support of the right of Aboriginal self-government: prior
occupancy, prior sovereignty, treaties, self-determination, and preservation of
minority culture. The paper argues that each perspective expresses unique
truths about the nature of Aboriginal rights, but that reliance on one
perspective to the exclusion of others does not provide a full picture of the
importance of Aboriginal rights in general, and of self-government in
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