Hall Urges President, Congress to "Do Good at Home"

Rowe, Randi Hicks
February 2005
Native American Law Digest;Feb2005, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Presents a speech given by Tex Hall, president of the National Congress of American Indians related to the social conditions of the Indians. Comment on the activities of hundreds of powerful Indian tribes; Importance of adhering to various Indian values; Significance of the year 2004 for the Indians.


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