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Relying on the federal government to make “right” decision for tribes is the root of
dysfunction, economic deprivation, destructive social behaviors, cultural demise and
assimilation. This turns case.
Porter 1 (Robert, Robert B. Porter is a Professor of Law and Director of the Tribal Law and
Government Center, University of Kansas. He is a Citizen and former Attorney General of the
Seneca Nation of Indians. Gaming Law Review. August 2001, 5(4): 299-309.
doi:10.1089/109218801750430281 accessed 11/8/14 KR)
Colonizing America has been a messy busi- ness. Millions of Indigenous peoples were
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or her own and advocating it amongst his or her own people. ¶
Courts provide the illusion of social change – criminal litigation proves
Rosenberg 91 (Gerald N., Associate Professor in Political Science @ U of Chicago, The Hollow
Hope: Can Courts Bring About Social Change?, pg. 341)
A further danger of litigation as a strategy for significant social reform is that symbolic
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without entering that all is well inside" (Tigar 1970, 7).
US Courts are fly-paper for social reformers – the lure of litigation will siphon off
resources that better solve the case
Rosenberg 91 (Gerald N., Associate Professor in Political Science @ U of Chicago, The Hollow
Hope: Can Courts Bring About Social Change?, pg. 341)
It is important to note here that there were options other than litigation in all
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structurally constrained from serving their needs, providing only an illusion of change.
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