This chapter outlines what that self-government would look like under Ho‘okupu a Ka Lāhui Hawai‘i, the master plan for Ka Lāhui Hawai‘i. As a Native initiative for self-government, Ka Lāhui is the best example of how self-determination can work in practice. Founded in 1987, Ka Lāhui had expanded into a nationwide structure with representative bodies throughout the archipelago by 1993. In 1994 Ka Lāhui created the most comprehensive plan for the attainment of Hawaiian sovereignty yet devised. The Master Plan contains three parts, covering issues ranging from an endorsement of fundamental principles, to Hawai‘i's historical relationship with the United States.
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