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Product NameIndian Police And Judges: Experiments In Acculturation And Control (Bison Books In Clinical Psychology)
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AuthorWilliam T. Hagan
Page Count194
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Long Description"First systematic study of the India's acculturation to the legal systems of his conquerors. Mr Hagan describes the evolution of Indian police and court systems inaugurated by the Office of Indian Affairs and staring in 1878, put in force on most reservations west of the Mississippi." From back cover.
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