Through a combination of field work and archival research, Kenichi
Matsui offers an original and pioneering overview of the evolution
of water law and agricultural policies in the Canadian west. By
incorporating the history of water law philosophies, water
development technologies, agricultural policies, and cross-cultural
theories, Matsui constructs an interdisciplinary analysis of how
both Native peoples and non-native stakeholders struggled for
better rights and livelihood through litigation, political
campaigns, and direct actions.
McGill-Queen's University Press
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