Peter d'Errico

July 09, 2014
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Peter d’Errico
The Canadian Supreme Court recently elaborated legal rules affecting non-Aboriginal encroachment on Native lands. The unanimous decision, Tsilhqot’in Nation v.
June 13, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
A new book by Gary Anderson, Ethnic Cleansing and the Indian, is bound to attract attention as a "pro-Indian" book. The subtitle, "The Crime That Should Haunt America," will provoke people who minimize the violence against Native Peoples throughout...
May 10, 2014
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Peter d’Errico
Many critics of a certain football team's use of the "R" word concede that there is no "free speech" issue.
May 03, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
Jonathan Schell died recently.
April 27, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
Civilization, in a standard dictionary, is "the stage of human social development and organization that is considered most advanced." The dictionary equates "advanced" with "the comfort and convenience of modern life." A thesaurus adds "progress,...
April 18, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
The Washington Redskins new charity, "Original Americans Foundation" (OAF), tills ground tilled long ago by Puritan leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Team owner Dan Snyder, wittingly or not, is reinventing an old plow.
April 07, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
On March 6, 2014, the Connecticut Post newspaper published an editorial—"Some Indians are inconvenient"—blasting Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy for trying to block proposed chan
March 20, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
Professor Joshua Jeffers, a History Ph.D. candidate and instructor at Purdue University, authored an important study of the Doctrine of Christian Discovery, published in the Maryland Historical Magazine (Spring 2013). Jeffers began his scholarly...
February 20, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
While we wait for the U.S. Supreme Court opinion in the case of Michigan v.
January 06, 2014
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Peter d'Errico
The stage is set to determine whether the U.S. Supreme Court will expand its effort to out-do Dr. Frankenstein.
December 23, 2013
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Peter d'Errico
Confusion abounded on a crucial point during oral argument in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community on December 2, 1013.
December 04, 2013
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Peter d'Errico
Native Nations are asserting land and resource rights in an increasingly vigorous and unambiguous way.
December 01, 2013
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Peter d'Errico
Pirates are a fascinating topic, and pirate stories have long been part of popular culture. Their daring exploits, coupled with their anarchic—and democratic—organization, provide fodder for books, movies, poems, and paintings.
November 22, 2013
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Peter d'Errico
Thomas King (Cherokee and Greek) is an amazing, funny, provocative writer. His award-winning fiction works, some under pseudonyms, explore the worlds of Native life in North America.

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