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Archibald Cox '34, Loeb University Professor and former Watergate special prosecutor, took the side of Maine India ns Tuesday in their legal fight for nearly two-thirds of the state's land.
The governors of the Passamaquoddy tribe and the Penobscot nation said that Cox will serve as a consultant on litigation brought by, or on behalf of the Indians, as well as on other matters relating to the land claim suit.
The Passamaquoddies and Penobscots claim 12.5 million acres of Maine land was unjustly taken from them.
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