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Dismembered: Native Disenrollment and the Battle for Human Rights (Indigenous Confluences) Hardcover – June 6, 2017
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"A first-of-its-kind book that looks at tribal disenrollment."―Florangela Davila, Seattle Magazine
"Dismemberment is a truly enlightening study of the history of federal Indian law and policy because of its careful empirical research, compelling analysis, and genuine concern for the people and tribal governments involved."―Thomas Biolsi, author of Deadliest Enemies: Law and Race Relations on and off Rosebud Reservation
"Dismembered provides a transformative look at the colonially-inspired and federally designed mode of modern tribal self-termination: disenrollment. It is a must-read for anybody concerned about the future of indigenous peoples in America."―Gabriel Galanda, attorney and co-author of Curing the Tribal Disenrollment Epidemic: In Search of a Remedy
"David and Shelly Wilkins have done excellent research on the twisted path of disenrollment and banishment. What the federal government tried to do through many failed Indian policies and boarding schools, tribes are now accomplishing through disenrollment. If the current trend continues, tribes will make themselves extinct."―Senator John R. McCoy, Washington State 38th Legislative District