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Comments on "Has NAGPRA Helped or Hindered Relationships Between Native Americans and Anthropologists?" by Michael J. Evans and Richard W. Stoffle, Review

James J. Hester

The article on the administration of NAGPRA by Michael J. Evans and Richard W. is based on an underlying basic assumption: that consultation between those with the responsibility to carry out the provisions of NAGPRA, and the affected Native American tribes, will result in an amicable agreement acceptable to all parties. In my opinion this assumption is fundamentally flawed.

High Plains Applied Anthropologist No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997 pg 1

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