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48. Id. at 26–30. 6 at 11–14 (discussing Vitoria’s thought and later influence on international law). 49. Id. 34 (as to more limited las Casuan views), citations omitted. ” International law became the law applicable between nations, but it was not protective of human rights, much less the rights of “stateless” Indigenous Peoples. Instead it became a vehicle justifying colonialism often in the name of “civilizing” those whose ways of life did not conform to Eurocentric norms. 50 2. Modern Manifestations In 1538, a year after he issued Sublimus Dei, Pope Paul III revoked the encyclical that enforced it with threatened excommunication just as Charles V repealed much of the New Laws of the Indies only three years after they were enacted.
535 (1980) (requiring specific statutory obligation to impose trust responsibility on the United States). 131. Act of August 15, 1953, Pub. L. No. 83-280, 67 Stat. A. A. A. §§ 1321 and 1322) (conferring a measure of state criminal and civil jurisdiction over Indians and “Indian country”). 132. Act of April 11, 1968, Pub. L. No. 90-284, 82 Stat. A. §§ 1301 et seq. 133. Act of December 18, 1971, Pub. L. No. 93-203, 85 Stat. A. §§ 1601 et seq. 134. Act of October 21, 1972, Pub. L. No. 92-522, 86 Stat.
Califano, 437 F. Supp. 543 (obligation to provide health care under Indian Health Care Improvement Act). Compare United States v. S. 535 (1980), and United States v. S. S. because federal statutes established responsibility for the management of allotted forest lands). , Morton v. S. 199 (1974) (obligation to provide welfare benefit payments to Indians living “on or near” a reservation, because congressional appropriations for such assistance were based on understanding that such Indians would receive assistance).
Alaska Natives and American Laws by David S. Case