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Beyond the Indian Act: Restoring Aboriginal Property Rights Paperback – Illustrated, July 18 2011

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  • Item Weight : 386 g
  • Paperback : 248 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0773539212
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0773539211
  • Product Dimensions : 15.24 x 1.78 x 22.86 cm
  • Publisher : McGill-Queen's University Press (July 18 2011)
  • Language: : English
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"You don't have to travel to Zambia or Peru to see dead capital. All you need to do is visit a reserve in Canada. First Nation people own assets, but not with the same instruments as other Canadians. They're frozen into an Indian Act of the 1870s so they can't easily trade their valuable resources. Beyond the Indian Act provides strategies to correct this so First Nation people can generate wealth in a manner that other Canadians take for granted." Hernando de Soto, President, Institute for Liberty and Democracy

"Anyone who is concerned with the welfare of First Nations in Canada will be interested in this book. This coherent and in-depth work covers a wide array of issues and shows that full property rights for aboriginal peoples are long overdue." Moin A. Yahya

“This second edition of the book contains a postscript which reports on the reception given to the authors’ proposal for a First Nations Property Act. Responses to a promotional tour by the authors in spring 2010 were, they report, predominantly favourabl

About the Author

Tom Flanagan is professor of Political Science at the University of Calgary and author of Harper's Team: Behind the Scenes in the Conservative Rise to Power and First Nations? Second Thoughts. Christopher Alcantara is assistant professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University. André Le Dressay is director of Fiscal Realities Economists and holds a PhD in Economics from Simon Fraser University. C.T. (Manny) Jules is chief of the First Nations Tax Commission and a former chief of the Kamloops Indian Band.

Tom Flanagan is professor emeritus of political science, University of Calgary, and a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.

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