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JUS 520 Week 6 Discussion 1
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Some Native American cultures embrace the concept of “banishment” from the tribe as a form of punishment. Given your understanding of community and obligation, do you find that banishment is an appropriate sentence? Should it be used more frequently or only in more severe instances?
 

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