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This bibliography section of the book Property Rights, Indigenous People and the Developing World contains a list of reference sources and articles. The book introduces the distinctions between ?special? and ?general rights?, ?income? and ?control rights? that will become central to moral issues raised when a given property claim is asserted. It outlines James Tully?s position, which argues, that Western governments especially the United States and Canada should recognize a fiduciary duty to maintain parallel systems embodying different institutions, including ownership, in the interests of maintaining cultural integrity.

Keywords: cultural integrity; developing world; indigenous people; intellectual property rights; Western governments



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