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Rebels revel in new power, polish

December 12, 1980

Now that the Sagebrush Rebels have a president and half a dozen conservative senators sympathetic to their cause, their goal of turning over federally managed lands to the states looks more tangible than ever.

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Rebels revel in new power, polish
Now that the Sagebrush Rebels have a president and half a dozen conservative senators sympathetic to their cause, their goal of turning over federally managed lands to the states looks more tangible than ever.
Energy companies seek peace -- and resources -- with Indians
Indian tribes may own one-third of the West's low-sulfur coal and half the nation's private uranium, and the energy industry is trying to connect with these and other resources on Indian lands.

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Navajos protest land partition, relocation
The Navajos have taken their protest of the Navajo and Hopi Land Settlement Act to an international jury.