Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 is best known for is extending part of the Bill of Rights to individual Native Americans against tribal governments. This Acts goes farther than the language of the Bill of Rights in that it guarantees “equal protection of the law,” something absent from the U.S. Constitution before the Fourteenth Amendment.
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