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Turtle Island Confederacies: Relationships and Balance

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Turtle Island Confederacies: Relationships and Balance
Rebecca Webster, Margaret Ann Noodin, and Richard Monette

The Three Fires Confederacy of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy have been models of participatory democracy for many generations. What are the relationships that support these systems, and how do they guide decision-making? What were the conditions that gave rise to these two confederacies? 

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