The indian arts and crafts act of 1990 pl 101 644 is a truth in advertising law which prohibits misrepresentation in marketing of american indian or alaska native arts and crafts products within the united states it is illegal to offer or display for sale . The arbitrary indian the making of the indian arts and crafts act of 1990 access the content here federal indian law defines and maintains the unique political status of certain american indian tribes as dependent but sovereign nations within the united states. American indian sovereignty indian self identification authenticity of indian art suppression of free expression personal versus cultural rights all of these issues and more are raised by the controversial indian arts and crafts act of 1990 in this provocative book gail k sheffield provides an in depth analysis of the act revealing its historical legal and social implications . Abebookscom the arbitrary indian the indian arts and crafts act of 1990 9780806129693 by gail k sheffield and a great selection of similar new used and collectible books available now at great prices. The indian arts and crafts act of 1990 it is illegal to offer or display for sale or sell any art or craft product in a manner that falsely suggests it is indian produced an indian product or the product of a particular indian or indian tribe or indian arts and crafts organization resident within the united states
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