OUT OF PRINT Unjust Relations: Aboriginal Rights in Canadian Courts is a collection of eight Supreme Court decisions concerning Aboriginal Rights. The edited judgement has a brief introduction that places the decision in context. The cases begin with the St. Catherine's Milling decision from 1888 and end with Sparrow from 1990. Taken together these cases (RE: Eskimos, Calder, Drybones, Lavell/Bedard, Sioui, and Guerin) show how Aboriginal Rights have been defined according to Canadian law. Recommended for Native Studies courses dealing with the legal aspect of Aboriginal Rights.