This book focuses on Osage Nation's 2004–6 reform process. For people who actively participated in the reform process, using sovereignty to increase Osage control was the most important goal of reforming the Osage Nation in the twenty-first century. The issues under debate in the reform process include biology, culture, natural resources, and sovereignty. The book employs the debates surrounding the 2006 Osage Nation Constitution to consider the various forces at work in the ongoing processes of national reform happening across the globe.
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