1980 - 1989

DATE PUBLISHED WORK DOWNLOAD
1989
A Reply to Dr Griffin
1989
Individual Treatment
1989
The Agricultural Argument and Original Appropriation: Indian Lands and Political Philosophy
1988
Louis Riel: Insanity and Prophecy
1988
Francisco de Vitoria and the Meaning of Aboriginal Rights
1988
Selection Bias in Human Rights Tribunals: An Exploratory Study
1987
Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value: An Historical Note
1987
Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value: Some Theoretical Criticisms
1987
Metis Land Claims at St Laurent: Old Arguments and New Evidence
1987
The Third Reich: Origins of a Millenarian Symbol
1986
Comment on Ken Hatt: The North-West Rebellion Scrip Commissions 1885-1889
1986
From Indian to Aboriginal Title
1986
Louis Riel: A Review Essay
1986
Louis Riel: Icon of the Left
1986
Louis Riel: Was He Really Crazy?
1985
Insurance, Human Rights and Equality Rights in Canada: When is Discrimination 'Reasonable'
1985
Louis Riel and the Dispersion of the American Métis
1985
Metis Aboriginal Rights: Some Historical and Contemporary Problems
1985
No Grasp of Social Reality: The Alberta Social Studies Curriculum
1985
Policy-Making by Exegesis: The Abolition of 'Mandatory Retirement' in Manitoba
01/01/1985
Response to the Delusion of Social Studies
1985
Riel: 1885 Remembered
1985
Special Issue: The Metis Past and Present
1985
The Manufacture of Minorities
1985
The Sovereignty and Nationhood of Canadian Indians: A Comment on Boldt and Long
1984
Hayek's Concept of Constructivism
1984
Louis Riel and Metis Literature
1984
The Ethics of Book Reviewing
1984
The Future of Retirement in Canadian Universities
1984
The Man Who Couldn't Quote Straigtt: A Response
1983
Louis Riel's Name "David"
1983
Louis Riel and Aboriginal Rights
1983
The Case Against Metis Aboriginal Rights
1983
The Political Thought of Louis Riel
1982
Problems of Psychobiography
1981
Response to 'Petitioning for Peace'
1981
The Riel Trial Revisited
06/11/1981
Censorship Row Flares Anew Over Controversial Caligula
1980
A Guide to Louis Riel Papers