This chapter considers the colonial histories behind the concept of culture and the ways in which it was deployed throughout the reform process. It examines cultural entanglements, and how the writers of the 2006 Osage Constitution encountered it and negotiated it. The chapter also explains the reasons why the Osage Government Reform Commission ultimately excluded recognized cultural markers from the 2006 Osage Constitution.
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