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Hawaiian sovereignty movement

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In the debate around the Akaka Bill, some factions favouring Hawaii sovereignty have considered that bill an attempt to deprive Hawaiian nationals of their international right to self-determination and independence, and that the bill is inconsistent with Hawaii's history as an independent country. They see the bill as reducing them to "Native American" status which oxymoronically is a second-class citizenship compared to 'full' citizens, who have among other things a formal right to secession. Though this has not been exercised since 1861 (with disastrous results in that one case), many feel that another round of secessions in the US is at this point inevitable, with Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska all obviously candidates.

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This page was last modified 19:55, 28 November 2006 by dKosopedia user Jbet777. Based on work by dKosopedia user(s) Allamakee Democrat and Lotlizard. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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