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The Supreme Court Is Center Stage in Lawyer-Playwright's Tribal-Rights Drama

"We have to educate Americans about who we are. Let's face it, no one else is. Theater is a very powerful way to do that," says Mary Kathryn Nagle, the lawyer and playwright whose play "Sovereignty" explores Native American rights through the U.S. Supreme Court past and present.       
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