RESTORING
THE KINGDOM OF HAWAII
The Kanaka Maoli
Route to Independence

Francis A. Boyle

ISBN: 978-0-9860731-7-5
$19.95 /  pp.196 / 2014

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Introduction

    Chapter 1.
    Kanaka Maoli Genocide

    Chapter 2.
    Kanaka Maoli Sovereignty

    Chapter 3.
    Kanaka Maoli Independence

    Chapter 4.
    The Hawaiian Kingdom at the
    United States Supreme Court

    Chapter 5.
    The Kanaka Maoli Reject
    Kanakamaolilandustan
                   
    Chapter 6.
    Restoring the Kingdom of Hawaii

    Conclusion

    Index




    SYNOPSIS

    In 1993, the United States Congress enacted a solemn
    Apology  for the United States invasion of Hawaii, admitting
    one hundred years later that “the indigenous Hawaiian
    people never directly relinquished their claims to their
    inherent sovereignty as a people or over their national
    lands to the United States.”  It thereby admitted the
    illegality of its incorporation of Hawaii into America as its
    50th state,  opening the door for Hawaiian Independence
    and the restoration of the Kingdom of Hawaii.  This book
    chronicles the legal battle waged toward that end by
    international law expert Francis A. Boyle on behalf of his
    Kanaka Maoli clients and friends that spans almost two and
    a half decades.  As of this publication, that struggle has
    reached a decisive turning point which, if pursued
    following Boyle’s strategy, will lead on to the victory of
    restoring the 1893 Kingdom of Hawaii by the Kanaka Maoli.

    This book serves as a guide for the pursuit of self-
    determination by occupied nations and indigenous peoples
    who can no longer claim numerical majorities over the
    whole of their native lands.  It incorporates insights
    derived from legal work Boyle has done for Palestine,
    Lithuania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Puerto Rico, Ireland and
    elsewhere around the world.  Francis Boyle outlines what
    the Kanaka Maoli have done and must do to restore their
    state's independence, de facto and de jure. He details the
    arduous process of self-organization by disempowered
    peoples necessary to replicate the  sovereign  status  of
    governments and states in today’s world, from setting up
    governing structures and an economic system, to the
    sophisticated process of embarking on establishing
    relationships with and gaining recognition by states.  There
    is much to learn here on how to create a state for peoples
    who don’t have one yet.  This book is of critical importance
    to those scholars, leaders, and activists working in the
    fields of International Law, Human Rights, Indigenous
    Peoples, Oppressed Nations, and Nation-Building.  There is
    no other such book in print synthesizing expertise in all
    these areas into a coherent whole for the benefit of
    oppressed nations and persecuted peoples all over the
    world.


    "[Boyle's] suggestions include the advice of Queen
    Liliuokalani, to let the people make the decision, and have an
    elected constitutional monarchy. He reveals many options that
    would be decided by the people. Boyle believes that there is
    power for oppressed people through international law based
    on the legal work he has done for Palestine, Bosnia, Ireland,
    Lithuania, Puerto Rico and other countries throughout the
    world..."
    Huffington Post

    "Honest defender of oppressed peoples, naturally  supported
    by a deep knowledge of the issue and its legal implications,
    Boyle shows that the restoration of the Hawaiian monarchy is
    not a bizarre fantasy, but that there are the conditions to
    achieve it. Required reading for the Italians dealing with
    indigenous issues, given that in our country the issue is
    completely ignored." [translated]

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