This book is a public policy study detailing the various factors which culminated in pro-Indian federal policy and legislation during the 1970s. The author's primary thesis is to suggest the 1970s represented a marked departure from previous federal Indian policy and legislation in that Native Americans themselves were well-represented in the democratic process impacting favorable federal decision-making.
Ritter, Beth R., "Review of Contemporary Federal Policy Toward American Indians by Emma R. Gross" (1992). Sociology and Anthropology Faculty Publications. 4.