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Old 01-07-2012, 01:21 AM   #94
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Originally Posted by Zeke View Post
If the consumer is "educated," you don't NEED the law.

The law only exists for those Natives who desire to metaphorically kneel on blankets by the roadside and sell Chiclets without actual competition.
If we didnt need the law, we wouldnt have it, the fact of the matter is, non Indians have been making and selling stuff as Indian made for years. Silver and turquoise artists have had problems with over seas companies stealing designs and making knock offs, sending them all over to be sold as Indian jewlery. Legislation is being done to stop these imports, sad that the junk knock off jewelry has flooded the US for decades, maybe a movement will begin of melting down the junk.
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