Amending Tribal Constitutions (1/12/00)
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Tribal constitutions are guidelines that tribes have created to govern their respective nations. The problem; however, is that many of the current constitutions are outdated and do not reflect the true needs of tribal members. Too often, this results in an internal conflict that can decimate tribes. How can amending tribal constitutions improve communal/council relations?
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