Letters from the Longhouse: Law, Economics, and Native American Values

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Robin Paul Malloy

Syracuse University College of Law

Date Written: August 2, 1992

Abstract

Explores Native American values in terms of law and economics. Particular reference is to Native peoples of the Northeastern United States. A series of letters that the author obtained from Native Americans specifically for this project are included in the article.

Keywords: Native people, law and economics, markets, Iroqouis, Six Nations, People of the Long House

JEL Classification: law and economics, political economy, native people

Suggested Citation

Malloy, Robin Paul, Letters from the Longhouse: Law, Economics, and Native American Values (August 2, 1992). Wisconsin Law Review, Vol. 1992, No. 5, 1992, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3012758

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