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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Guy B Senese
|Description:||xxiv, 218 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Preface Introduction Economic Self-help and Self-determination Swift Termination and Indian Emancipation Justifying Termination Through Competency: The Roots of Self-determination The Developing Ideology of Self-determination The Task Force on Indian Affairs Self-determination, Community Control, and School Reform Primer for Control: Immediate Postwar Indian Education Policy Community Action and the Development of the Indian- controlled Contract School Self-determination and Education Assistance Act: The Illusion of Control Native American Dialogue and Impact Sovereign Self-determination The Wrong Voices Self-determination and the Trust Relationship Conclusion: Managing Manifest Destiny Bibliography Index|
|Responsibility:||Guy B. Senese.|
?A well-documented, timely, and sobering critical analysis of the US Government's conflicting social education policy as applied to American Indians during the "self-determination" period. Senese