Renewing Indigenous Economies (Paperback)

Renewing Indigenous Economies By Kathy Ratté, Terry L. Anderson, Stacy Leeds (Foreword by) Cover Image

Renewing Indigenous Economies (Paperback)

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Before the arrival of Europeans, Native Americans had thriving societies based on governing structures and property rights that encouraged productivity and trade. These traditional economies were crippled by federal law that has held Indians in colonial bondage. This book provides the knowledge for tribes trapped in "white tape" to revitalize their economies and communities.

Terry L. Anderson is the John and Jean De Nault Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and author of forty-one books, including Unlocking the Wealth of Indian Nations (2016). Kathy Ratté is a former high school teacher, curriculum designer, and online educational instructor, and is currently a consultant in economic education for the Alliance for Renewing Indigenous Economies.
Product Details ISBN: 9780817924959
ISBN-10: 0817924957
Publisher: Hoover Institution Press
Publication Date: June 1st, 2022
Pages: 204
Language: English

"This book highlights innovative, tribally developed solutions, demonstrating that the path to reinvigorating tribal markets and economies runs through tribal self-governance." —Kevin Washburn, former assistant secretary of Indian affairs, US Department of the Interior



"Full of practical examples that tribes have developed and advanced to support more sustainable economies and communities, [this book] should be part of the applied economic curriculum in every tribal college." —Manny Jules, former chief of the Kamloops Band of Canadian First Nations and chief commissioner of the First Nations Tax Commission



"This important study is a must-read for tribal governments and citizens alike who are looking to establish economic sovereignty and entrepreneurial self-sufficiency." —David Sickey, Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana chairman and council member, 2003–21, and founder and CEO of Sickey Global Strategies