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Matthew Stanisci: "The Turn to the Right of the Republican Party"
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Megan Mendez: “Women’s Identity and Agency in 15 th Century England: A Look at the Lives of Elizabeth Woodville and Margaret Paston”
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Jennifer Weile: “Do we matter? The Rights of People with Disabilities and the Interest of the State.”
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