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AEPA: Tribal Governments in Arizona Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Who holds legal title to the land constituting a federal Indian reservation?

Question 2 2. Which of the following statements best describes a state government's relationship with a tribal government?

Question 3 3. Which of the following is correct concerning the relationship of states to federal reservations?

Question 4 4. Federally recognized tribes generally have the full legal right to handle their own affairs, govern themselves from within, and participate in legal and political dealings with the federal government. This is known as:

Question 5 5. What are two ways a tribal government is typically set up under its tribal constitution?

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Question 6 6. Each federally recognized tribe enjoys a relationship with the federal government, yet retains the right to independently manage their members, property and business. This concept is known as:

Question 7 7. Federal Indian reservations comprise roughly _____ acres of land in the U.S.

Question 8 8. The Supreme Court ruled that American Indian tribes are 'distinct political communities' and that they have exclusive legal authority within the boundaries of their lands. These tribal lands allotted by the federal government to a tribe or tribes are known as:

Question 9 9. A federally recognized Native American tribe has the sovereign power to do all of the following EXCEPT:

Question 10 10. What is a Tribal Chair?

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Question 11 11. All of the following statements are correct regarding state Indian reservations EXCEPT:

Question 12 12. Which of the following is true of a tribal government?

Question 13 13. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, a series of federal government decisions led to tribal governments being weakened, leading to a long period of poverty and general economic distress. This is known as:

Question 14 14. Which of the following is NOT true of a tribal government's relationship with the federal government?

Question 15 15. This act was meant to provide economic assistance to American Indians and was part of the 'New Deal' initiatives designed to lift the United States out of the Depression:

AEPA: Tribal Governments in Arizona Chapter Exam Instructions

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