Posluns, Michael, 1941-

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Posluns, Michael, 1941-

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1941-

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Michael Posluns is a journalist and researcher. He was born in Canada in 1941 and educated at York University (M. E. S. 1993 and Ph. D. 2002). Posluns has conducted research, written reports, briefs and monographs on behalf of and about First Nations in Canada and the United States. He has served as a parliamentary adviser to the Assembly of First Nations, the Native Indian Brotherhood, the Dene Nation and other bodies. Posluns' doctoral dissertation is entitled 'The Public Emergence of the Vocabulary of First Nations Self-Government' and he is co-author with George Manuel of 'The Fourth World: An Indian Reality' (1974) and with David Nahwegahbow and Douglas Sanders of 'The First Nations and the Crown: A Study in Trust Relationships' (1983) and "Voices of the Odeyak (1993).

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Manuel, George, 1921-1989 (1921-1989)

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associative

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ca. 1974

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co-author

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VIAF

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2014/11/02-Anna St.Onge. Updated VIAF authority link, date of birth.

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