"For Their Own Good"

Breyer, Stephen
August 2000
New Republic;08/07/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 6, p32
Focuses on the struggle of Cherokee Indians against the state of Georgia in its efforts to forced the tribe to leave the state. Refusal of the tribe to leave their territory because of the belief that they had legal right to stay; Move of the tribe to brought two actions at law in the Supreme Court designed to enforced that legal right.


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