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May 07, 2010


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Patrick S. O'Donnell


Inspired by several of your titles, I'm hoping today's college students will one day recall (in no particular order) Stuart Banner's How the Indians Lost Their Land: Law and Power on the Frontier (2005), Jonathan Lear's Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devastation (2006), Matthew L.M. Fletcher's American Indian Education: Counternarratives in Racism, Struggle, and the Law (2008), Pekka Hamalainen's The Commanche Empire (2008), and S. James Anaya's Indigenous Peoples in International Law (2004 ed.).


I don't remember this book at all, but it has marks in it, which show that I read it once.

That's happened to me several times- I take a book that I don't remember having read, and find that it's full of my marginal notes. My big worry is that maybe this is where my more "original" ideas come from!

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