November 3 Notes

November 3 Notes - Citizenship and Race November 3, 2011...

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Citizenship and Race November 3, 2011 Personal accounts of citizenship and race Citizenship in Denmark Painting by John Grast- American Progress Angel like figure Bringing settlers to the west Bringing light Modern ideas and education onto Native American land Shows Native Americans being displace Pg 35-36- all in the name of enlightenment and higher purpose (quote from reading that highlights and describes the painting Weiner article Juridical racialism o Played a role in policy making o Steered Supreme Court into decisions Relationship between Native American and Law o Property rights o Tribes were communal o Lacked legal concepts of owning property and knowledge of it Concerning crime o Ex. Killing another Need to make it right up Sioux customs- Not court o Developmental jurdical racialism is a lot like evolutionism Doctrine of Discovery Gave title to government to get land and claim it for there own Former residents of Europe (Europe to Europe)- claiming land means that it is
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yours, and there for the taking. Plenary Power doctrine
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course LEGAL 450 taught by Professor Holmes,j during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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