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In this title, a historical examination of the relationship between Indians and the United States Constitution is undertaken. The authors examine all sections of the Constitution that explicitly and implicitly apply to Native Americans and discuss how they have been interpreted and applied from the early republic up to the present. They argue that the Constitution does not provide any legal rights for Native Americans an that the treaty-making process should govern relations between Indian nations and the federal government.