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Gregory E. Kaebnick
A Case for Pseudonyms
Jillian C. York
An Interview with Elaine Scarry
David V. Johnson
Joshua Cohen, Glenn C. Loury
Few people have heard of Baird’s tapir, and fewer still know anything about them.
India Is Growing, But Indians Are Still Starving
There are no natural disasters, only social ones.
If Congress had voted to provide every American with health care through a national health service, that new law would be safe from constitutional challenge.
Pamela S. Karlan
Why the Open Internet Is Worth Saving
Drones at home.
Supermax Torture in America
Amazon isn’t just bad for cities; it’s also bad for books.
Many development experts promote information and communication technology (ICT) as a way to relieve global poverty. They should pay more attention to the human beings who use it.
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David Theo Goldberg
Chris Hong, Robert Manduca, Nic Johnson
Jules Joanne Gleeson
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