(1) analyzes the contents of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920
as it exists in 1963; (2) presents and explains the arguments that have
been advanced for and against the constitutionality of the Act; (3)
examines the implications of the Admission Act; and (4) analyzes the
means of amending the Act.
describes the Land Aspects of the Hawaiian Homes Program. It examines
the processes followed in selecting and administering the Hawaiian home
lands and some of the results of those processes. It then analyzes the
uses to which those lands have been put to achieve the ends of the
describes the Maori Affairs Program of New Zealand. It will at once
become apparent that the government of New Zealand has played an active
role, at least during the past two decades, in protecting and furthering
the interests of the Maoris through special legislation affecting
education, housing, land, land development and welfare.