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The Morality and Practicality of Tit for Tat
Pharmaceutical Firms Against Lethal Injection and the Ramifications
'Farewell' to Fostered Idol Reality Shows: Idol Fan Consumption and Government Regulation in China
Xingzhi Jing and Jiayue Sheng
Consent and Commodification: Objections to the Market for Sex Work
Honesty by Convenience: Corruption Tolerance in Ecuador
Daniel Sánchez Pazmiño
Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
Eudaimonia and Kleos: An Analysis of Legacy's Contribution to Well-Being
Moral Foundations Theory: Pluralistic Framing and Reagan's War on Drugs
Representative Randomness: The Case for a Randomly Weighted Voting System
Slow and Steady Wins the Race: How the Gradualist Approach Eliminated Jordanian Bread Subsidies
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