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(Native American)
Comptroller General Reports
Washington, DC, U.S. General Accounting Office, 1978. Three reports: "Tribal Participation in the Bureau of Indian Affairs Budget System Should Be Increased," "Bureau of Indian Affairs Not Operating Boarding Schools Efficiently," and "The Indian Self-Determination Act--Many Obstacles Remain." The first two are near fine in stapled wrappers, and addressed to Senator Robert Byrd with respect to his role on the Senate Appropriations Committee; the third has some darkening and staining to the front cover, and is addressed to both houses of Congress; very good in stapled wrappers. [#035859] $225

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