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The Royal Proclamation of 1763

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Nations (and peoples where the 'nation' idea might not work because of the lack of defined borders) can be Sovereign - if their Monarch (or leader otherwise provided) is.

This isn't the same as prompting the 'popular sovereignty' - it is recognition that 'tribes' can be sovereign 'peoples' (as long as united under a sovereign be he a Chief of King).


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I didn't know of this back in 2008, but 1491 by Charles C. Mann would be an excellent read.
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