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The Legal Code of Greenland: Were the August 16th Union’s Actions Lawful?
Introduction: I have been doing a little research on this subject of Greenlandic law. This document helps to explain why Niels Madsen and his Union believed that he was acting within the laws of Greenland on August 16th, 2007. DISCLAIMER: Please note that I am very new to these issues, so I do not claimRead More