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Political Rights Under Stress in 21st Century Europe (Paperback): Wojciech Sadurski Political Rights Under Stress in 21st Century Europe (Paperback)
Wojciech Sadurski
R1,594 Discovery Miles 15 940 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This edited collection examines the growing uncertainty about the role and scope of traditional political rights in the 21st Century's increased threat of terrorism. It reflects on the appropriate scope and strength of protection of political rights in a wider global context, and covers issues such as the rise of 'militant democracies' and the effectiveness of the Council of Europe's monitoring mechanisms.

Nazis and Good Neighbors - The United States Campaign against the Germans of Latin America in World War II (Paperback): Max... Nazis and Good Neighbors - The United States Campaign against the Germans of Latin America in World War II (Paperback)
Max Paul Friedman
R765 R599 Discovery Miles 5 990 Save R166 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This international history uncovers an American security program in which Washington reached into fifteen Latin American countries to seize more than 4,000 German expatriates and intern them in the Texas desert. The crowd of Nazi Party members, antifascist exiles, and even Jewish refugees were lumped together in camps riven by strife. The book, first published in 2003, examines the evolution of governmental policy, its impact on individuals and emigrant communities, and the ideological assumptions that blinded officials in both Washington and Berlin to Latin American realities. Franklin Roosevelt's vaunted Good Neighbor policy was a victim of this effort to force reluctant Latin American governments to hand over their German residents, while the operation ruined an opportunity to rescue victims of the Holocaust. This study makes a very contemporary argument: that security measures based on group affiliation rather than individual actions are as unjust and ineffective in foreign policy as they are in law enforcement.

The Trail of Tears Across Missouri (Paperback): Joan Gilbert The Trail of Tears Across Missouri (Paperback)
Joan Gilbert
R326 R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Save R21 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

As settlers moved beyond the eastern seaboard during the early nineteenth century, the government forced thousands of American Indians from their ancestral lands. The Cherokees, the largest and most important tribe in the Southeast, fought exile with a combination of passive resistance and national publicity for their plight. Because they had successfully resisted the government's efforts to move them from their homeland, their removal was particularly brutal when it finally came. "The Trail of Tears across Missouri" is a moving account of the 1837-1838 removal of the Cherokees from the southeastern United States to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).

After providing an overview of the Cherokees' life in the Southeast and of the events leading up to their exile, Joan Gilbert traces the mass exodus state by state from Tennessee to Arkansas. Successive chapters highlight the experiences and the hardships endured by those forced to travel with inadequate supplies of food, clothing, and transportation. It is estimated that four thousand Cherokees, nearly a quarter of the tribe, died.

In bringing the grim realities of the forced march to life, Gilbert draws from such primary sources as letters, newspaper stories, and the writings of missionaries, guides, and doctors who accompanied them. She focuses on the Cherokees' experiences as they passed through Missouri, using the journals of Dr. W. I. I. Morrow and guide B. B. Cannon.

In addition to chronicling the removal of the Cherokees, Gilbert also brings the story up to date by describing how the nation lives today and how the Trail of Tears has been commemorated.

Dissent in Dangerous Times (Paperback, New): Austin Sarat Dissent in Dangerous Times (Paperback, New)
Austin Sarat
R617 R553 Discovery Miles 5 530 Save R64 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Dissent in Dangerous Times" presents essays by six distinguished scholars, who provide their own unique views on the interplay of loyalty, patriotism, and dissent.
While dissent has played a central role in our national history and in the American cultural imagination, it is usually dangerous to those who practice it, and always unpalatable to its targets. War does not encourage the tolerance of opposition at home any more than it does on the front: if the War on Terror is to be a permanent war, then the consequences for American political freedoms cannot be overestimated.
""Dissent in Dangerous Times" examines the nature of political repression in liberal societies, and the political and legal implications of living in an environment of fear. This profound, incisive, at times even moving volume calls upon readers to think about, and beyond, September 11, reminding us of both the fragility and enduring power of freedom."
--Nadine Strossen, President, American Civil Liberties Union, and Professor of Law, New York Law School.

Contributors to this volume
Lauren Berlant
Wendy Brown
David Cole
Hugh Gusterson
Nancy L. Rosenblum
Austin Sarat

Judgment Without Trial - Japanese American Imprisonment During World War II (Paperback): Tetsuden Kashima Judgment Without Trial - Japanese American Imprisonment During World War II (Paperback)
Tetsuden Kashima
R826 Discovery Miles 8 260 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

2004 Washington State Book Award Finalist Judgment without Trial reveals that long before the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. government began making plans for the eventual internment and later incarceration of the Japanese American population. Tetsuden Kashima uses newly obtained records to trace this process back to the 1920s, when a nascent imprisonment organization was developed to prepare for a possible war with Japan, and follows it in detail through the war years. Along with coverage of the well-known incarceration camps, the author discusses the less familiar and very different experiences of people of Japanese descent in the Justice and War Departments' internment camps that held internees from the continental U.S. and from Alaska, Hawaii, and Latin America. Utilizing extracts from diaries, contemporary sources, official communications, and interviews, Kashima brings an array of personalities to life on the pages of his book - those whose unbiased assessments of America's Japanese ancestry population were discounted or ignored, those whose works and actions were based on misinformed fears and racial animosities, those who tried to remedy the inequities of the system, and, by no means least, the prisoners themselves. Kashima's interest in this episode began with his own unanswered questions about his father's wartime experiences. From this very personal motivation, he has produced a panoramic and detailed picture - without rhetoric and emotionalism and supported at every step by documented fact - of a government that failed to protect a group of people for whom it had forcibly assumed total responsibility.

Confronting the Occupation - Work, Education, and Political Activism of Palestinian Families in a Refugee Camp (Paperback,... Confronting the Occupation - Work, Education, and Political Activism of Palestinian Families in a Refugee Camp (Paperback, Second)
Maya Rosenfeld
R700 R592 Discovery Miles 5 920 Save R108 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Confronting the Occupation is a study of work, education, political-national resistance, family, and community relations in a Palestinian refugee camp under conditions of Israeli military occupation. It is based on extended field research carried out by an Israeli sociologist-anthropologist in Dheisheh camp, south of Bethlehem, between 1992 and 1996. Emphasis is placed on how men and women, families, and the local refugee community confront the occupation regime as they seek livelihoods, invest in the education of younger generations, and mount a political and often militant struggle. In the process, men lose their jobs in the Israeli labor market, women, old and young, enter the workforce, university graduates are compelled to migrate to the Gulf, and political cadres challenge harsh prison circumstances by establishing their own comprehensive counterorder. While directed against the occupation, patterns of coping and resistance adopted by Dheishehians introduced tensions and conflicts into family life, furthering the transformation of gender and generational relationships.

Confronting the Occupation - Work, Education, and Political Activism of Palestinian Families in a Refugee Camp (Hardcover):... Confronting the Occupation - Work, Education, and Political Activism of Palestinian Families in a Refugee Camp (Hardcover)
Maya Rosenfeld
R2,339 Discovery Miles 23 390 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Confronting the Occupation is a study of work, education, political-national resistance, family, and community relations in a Palestinian refugee camp under conditions of Israeli military occupation. It is based on extended field research carried out by an Israeli sociologist-anthropologist in Dheisheh camp, south of Bethlehem, between 1992 and 1996. Emphasis is placed on how men and women, families, and the local refugee community confront the occupation regime as they seek livelihoods, invest in the education of younger generations, and mount a political and often militant struggle. In the process, men lose their jobs in the Israeli labor market, women, old and young, enter the workforce, university graduates are compelled to migrate to the Gulf, and political cadres challenge harsh prison circumstances by establishing their own comprehensive counterorder. While directed against the occupation, patterns of coping and resistance adopted by Dheishehians introduced tensions and conflicts into family life, furthering the transformation of gender and generational relationships.

Unshackled - A Survivor's Story of Mind Control (Paperback): Sullivan Kathleen Unshackled - A Survivor's Story of Mind Control (Paperback)
Sullivan Kathleen
R621 Discovery Miles 6 210 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Unshackled is a non-fictional account of Kathleen Sullivan's experiences as part of a criminal network. This underground network includes Intelligence personnel, military personnel, doctors and mental health professionals contracted by the military and the CIA, criminal cult leaders and members, pedophiles, pornographers, drug dealers and Nazis. subculture are drastically different from the rules and mores of normal society. I'm not an exhibitionist, writes Kathleen. I value my privacy. And yet, I believe my story needs to be told so that more people will understand how 'Manchurian Candidate' style mind-control techniques can create alter-states in the minds of unwitting victims, causing them to perform deeds that are normally repugnant. nothing quite like the impact that Unshackled will make on your psyche. It is written from not only the heart but from the inside. Here is what it was REALLY like to have been the victim of the grossest abuse committed by any American government. The indictment in these pages is a Paean to survival and a wake-up call. It MUST be read. And its stunning revelations must be acted upon--NOW. and Gideon's Spies: Mossad's Secret Warriors

Nazis and Good Neighbors - The United States Campaign against the Germans of Latin America in World War II (Hardcover, New):... Nazis and Good Neighbors - The United States Campaign against the Germans of Latin America in World War II (Hardcover, New)
Max Paul Friedman
R1,328 R1,008 Discovery Miles 10 080 Save R320 (24%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In Nazis and Good Neighbors, Max Paul Friedman exposes a secret World War II American operation involving the seizure of 4,000 Germans from fifteen Latin American countries and their internment in the Texas desert. The detainees were represented a broad range of German immigrants, including Jewish refugees, most of whom posed no danger to national security. Research in seven countries (U.S., Germany, Switzerland, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala) reveals the diplomatic intrigues and impact of a misguided policy on U.S. relations with Latin America. Friedman examines the evolution of governmental policy, its impact on individuals and emigrant communities, and the ideological assumptions that blinded officials in both Washington and Berlin to Latin American realities. President Roosevelt's "Good Neighbor" policy was a victim of this effort to force reluctant Latin American governments to hand over their German residents, while the operation ruined an opportunity to rescue victims of the Holocaust. Although the findings in Nazis and Good Neighbors are historical, its argument has contemporary relevance: security measures based on group affiliation rather than individual actions are as unjust and ineffective in foreign policy as they are in law enforcement. Before joining the history faculty at Florida State University, Max Paul Friedman was a Wodrow Wilson Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He was also an assistant producer at NPR's "All Things Considered" and a freelance writer for the Washington Post, New York Newsday, Atlanta Consitution, Cleveland Plain Dealer, and other publications. Friedman has received awards from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, the American Historical Association, the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation and other organizations.

A Single, Numberless Death (Hardcover): Nora Strejilevich A Single, Numberless Death (Hardcover)
Nora Strejilevich; Translated by Cristina de la Torre
R1,512 Discovery Miles 15 120 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Nora Strejilevich was a young woman when her brother and other family members and friends disappeared at the hands of the military junta that held power in Argentina from 1976 to 1983. Ostensibly part of a systematic campaign to eliminate left-wing terrorism, the violence perpetrated by the junta far exceeded anything the leftists ever dreamed of, enveloping not only the violent left but other dissidents and innocent civilians as well, and particularly targeting the Jewish population. A "desaparecida" herself, Strejilevich survived kidnapping and torture to speak of her experience with a dignified voice and a clear-eyed realism that extends from one end of the political spectrum to the other.

In the first English translation of her elegant fictional memoir "Una sola muerte numerosa," Strejilevich combines autobiography, documentary journalism, fiction, magical realism, and poetry to express the "choir of voices" of the more than 30,000 souls who were imprisoned and abused. She engages the reader in the history of a bloody military coup and state-sanctioned anti-Semitism, exploring themes of exile, identity, and violence. Above all, "A Single, Numberless Death" is Nora Strejilevich's gripping story of survival.

A Single, Numberless Death (Paperback): Nora Strejilevich A Single, Numberless Death (Paperback)
Nora Strejilevich; Translated by Cristina de la Torre
R679 Discovery Miles 6 790 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Nora Strejilevich was a young woman when her brother and other family members and friends disappeared at the hands of the military junta that held power in Argentina from 1976 to 1983. Ostensibly part of a systematic campaign to eliminate left-wing terrorism, the violence perpetrated by the junta far exceeded anything the leftists ever dreamed of, enveloping not only the violent left but other dissidents and innocent civilians as well, and particularly targeting the Jewish population. A "desaparecida" herself, Strejilevich survived kidnapping and torture to speak of her experience with a dignified voice and a clear-eyed realism that extends from one end of the political spectrum to the other.

In the first English translation of her elegant fictional memoir "Una sola muerte numerosa," Strejilevich combines autobiography, documentary journalism, fiction, magical realism, and poetry to express the "choir of voices" of the more than 30,000 souls who were imprisoned and abused. She engages the reader in the history of a bloody military coup and state-sanctioned anti-Semitism, exploring themes of exile, identity, and violence. Above all, "A Single, Numberless Death" is Nora Strejilevich's gripping story of survival.

America's Japanese Hostages - The World War II Plan for a Japanese Free Latin America (Hardcover, New): Thomas Connell America's Japanese Hostages - The World War II Plan for a Japanese Free Latin America (Hardcover, New)
Thomas Connell
R2,296 Discovery Miles 22 960 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Connell uncovers a little known World War II top secret program. The United States demanded that Latin American governments deport--or allow the United States to take--anyone of Japanese ancestry and place them in camps in Texas and New Mexico. The plan was to trade them for American civilians held by the Japanese.

Although Peru was the most enthusiastic participant in this program, expelling nearly 5,000 Peruvian citizens of Japanese ancestry, other Latin American countries participated as well. Connell traces the reasons for prejudice and discrimination, the specific programs, and the post-war efforts of those held in American relocation camps to secure restitution. Through the wide use of oral interviews as well as documents, Connell shows the very human side of this effort, which in many ways parallels the discrimination Americans of Japanese ancestry faced during the war. This book provides a thorough and intriguing story of interest to general readers as well as scholars, students, and other researchers involved with World War II and Latin American history.

Izetbegovic of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Notes from Prison, 1983-1988 (Hardcover, New): Alija Izetbegovic Izetbegovic of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Notes from Prison, 1983-1988 (Hardcover, New)
Alija Izetbegovic
R2,344 Discovery Miles 23 440 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

As the leading Muslim political spokesman and intellectual, Izetbegovi'c was imprisoned by the Yugoslavian government in 1983 for a 14-year sentence. During the six years he served in prison, Izetbegovi'c wrote notes on life issues, religion and culture, and politics and political philosophy. These reflections were smuggled out of prison and edited for publication along with a selection of letters from his family.

After describing prison life, Izetbegovi'c has organized his reflections into sections. From his first note When I lose the reasons to live, I shall die, Izetbegovi'c provides a provocative collection of reflections that will interest scholars and researchers of contemporary Balkans, European Islam, and life during the last days of Communist Yugoslavia.

The Jehovah's Witnesses and the Nazis - Persecution, Deportation, and Murder, 1933-1945 (Hardcover, 1st Cooper Square... The Jehovah's Witnesses and the Nazis - Persecution, Deportation, and Murder, 1933-1945 (Hardcover, 1st Cooper Square Press. ed)
Michel Reynaud, Sylvie Graffard; Introduction by Michael Berenbaum; Translated by James A. Moorhouse
R662 R556 Discovery Miles 5 560 Save R106 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Jehovah's Witnesses endured intense persecution under the Nazi regime, from 1933 to 1945. Unlike the Jews and others persecuted and killed by virtue of their birth, Jehovah's Witnesses had the opportunity to escape persecution and personal harm by renouncing their religious beliefs. The vast majority refused and throughout their struggle, continued to meet, preach, and distribute literature. In the face of torture, maltreatment in concentration camps, and sometimes execution, this unique group won the respect of many contemporaries. Up until now, little has been known of their particular persecution.

The Politics of Memory and Democratization - Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies (Hardcover, New): Alexandra... The Politics of Memory and Democratization - Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies (Hardcover, New)
Alexandra Barahona de Brito, Carmen Gonzalez Enriquez, Paloma Aguilar
R4,433 Discovery Miles 44 330 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book explores how new governments and societies deal with a legacy of past repression, in Portugal, Spain, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and Germany after reunification, as well as Russia, the Southern Cone of Latin America and Central America, as well as South Africa. It looks at official truth commissions, trials and amnesties and purges and unofficial social initiatives to deal with the past. The book also assesses the significance of forms of reckoning with the past for a process of democratic deepening as well as the importance of international actors in shaping policies to deal with past legacies in some of the countries examined.

Life and Death under Stalin - Kalinin Province, 1945-1953 (Hardcover): Kees Boterbloem Life and Death under Stalin - Kalinin Province, 1945-1953 (Hardcover)
Kees Boterbloem
R2,466 R2,025 Discovery Miles 20 250 Save R441 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The first Western scholar to have access to the records of the Communist Party of the Kalinin province, Boterbloem supplements archival evidence with published accounts and interviews with those who survived the last years of Stalin's life, taking us into their lives. Covering a wide range of topics, such as industry, agriculture, party affairs, repression, and education, Life and Death under Stalin looks at the complicated relationship between the political elite of the Communist Party, its rank and file members, and the Russian population during what was perhaps the grimmest period in Soviet history. The result is a fascinating study of how the postwar Stalinist regime dealt with those in the Kalinin Province, from ordinary Communist Party members and Red Army veterans to collective farmers and labour camp inmates.

Rebuilding Communities in Refugee Settlements - A Casebook from Uganda (Paperback): Lina Payne Rebuilding Communities in Refugee Settlements - A Casebook from Uganda (Paperback)
Lina Payne
R366 Discovery Miles 3 660 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book gives a critical account of a complex and ambitious refugee-settlement programme in support of 55,000 refugees who fled in 1993 from armed conflict in south Sudan into a remote and insecure region of north-west Uganda. In helping refugees to rebuild self-reliant, sustainable communities, Oxfam's vision was to treat them as people with their own capacities and dignity. This book relates how structures were established to ensure the representation of all groups, particularly the most vulnerable. It considers the questions of integration with the local host population; site-suitability and the impact of refugee settlements on their physical environment; the problems of donor fatigue and the internal stresses created when a disaster-relief operation evolves into a community-development programme in a still-turbulent context.

Case Studies in Diversity - Refugees in America in the 1990s (Paperback, New edition): David W. Haines Case Studies in Diversity - Refugees in America in the 1990s (Paperback, New edition)
David W. Haines
R1,123 Discovery Miles 11 230 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This text introduces students to the main groups of refugees in America. Divided into political, sociological, anthropological, and historical approaches, the book discusses the peoples themselves as well as their impact on American society. Refugees are a special category of people who are admitted to this country for humanitarian reasons, have suffered greatly before getting here, and are resettled through an impressive combination of public and private resources. This book traces each group through the process and assesses their future prospects.

Prison Letters (Paperback, New Ed): Antonio Gramsci Prison Letters (Paperback, New Ed)
Antonio Gramsci
R946 Discovery Miles 9 460 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Antonio Gramsci is one of the great European Marxists, hailed by Eric Hobsbawm as 'an extraordinary philosopher ... probably the most original communist thinker of twentieth-century Europe'. Gramsci developed Marx's ideas with an emphasis on culture rather than economics. This classic work reveals his thinking through letters to friends and family written whilst he was in prison. His primary contribution has been in his insistence on an understanding of popular culture in the battle to create a revolutionary consciousness. It is this humanitarian aspect of his thinking that illuminates the vivid personal testimony of his prison letters, written between 1926 and 1937.

Understanding Impoverishment - The Consequences of Development-Induced Displacement (Hardcover): Christopher McDowell Understanding Impoverishment - The Consequences of Development-Induced Displacement (Hardcover)
Christopher McDowell
R2,554 Discovery Miles 25 540 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Infrastructure development projects are set to continue into the next century as developing country governments seek to manage population growth, urbanization and industrialization. The contributions in this volume raise many questions about 'development' and 'progress' in the late twentieth century. What is revealed are the enormous problems and disastrous affects which continue to accompany displacement operations in many countries, which raise the ever more urgent question of whether the benefits of infrastructure development justify or outweigh the pain of the radical disruption of peoples lives, exacerbated by the fact that, with some notable exceptions, there has been a lack of official recognition on the part of governments and international agencies that development-induced displacement is a problem at all. This important volume addresses the issues and shows just how serious the situation is.

Polluted Politics, 1933-1942 - Background to the Deportation of Maltese Nationals in 1942 (Paperback): Carmel Joseph Farrugia Polluted Politics, 1933-1942 - Background to the Deportation of Maltese Nationals in 1942 (Paperback)
Carmel Joseph Farrugia
R167 Discovery Miles 1 670 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Early political saga in Malta.

Secret Agents - The Rosenberg Case, McCarthyism and Fifties America (Paperback, New): Marjorie Garber, Rebecca Walkowitz Secret Agents - The Rosenberg Case, McCarthyism and Fifties America (Paperback, New)
Marjorie Garber, Rebecca Walkowitz
R1,262 Discovery Miles 12 620 Ships in 7 - 11 working days


The 1950's trial of the Rosenburgs on charges of 'atomic spying' came to stand in many minds for the paranoia of the Cold War. Many of the issues are still with us and the contributors draw salient connections between that time and this.

Asylum - A Moral Dilemma (Paperback, New): W. Gunther Plaut Asylum - A Moral Dilemma (Paperback, New)
W. Gunther Plaut
R795 Discovery Miles 7 950 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Fueled by the explosion of the world's population, the quest for asylum is one of the most pressing problems of our age. Refugee receiving nations--located frequently, but by no means exclusively, in the Western world--have to respond to masses of humanity searching for new livable homes. Human compassion for these refugees can be found everywhere, but so can xenophobia and the desire to preserve one's nation, economic well being, and cultural integrity. The clash between these impulses represents one of the great dilemmas of our time and is the subject of Plaut's study. In exploring it, he provides a far-ranging inquiry into the human condition. The book presents political, ethnic, philosophical, religious, and sociological arguments, and deals with some of the most troublesome and heartbreaking conflicts in the news.

Opposition in South Africa - The Leadership of Z. K. Matthews, Nelson Mandela, and Stephen Biko (Hardcover): Tim J. Juckes Opposition in South Africa - The Leadership of Z. K. Matthews, Nelson Mandela, and Stephen Biko (Hardcover)
Tim J. Juckes
R2,631 Discovery Miles 26 310 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book tells the story of three Black men--Z. K. Matthews, Nelson Mandela, and Stephen Biko--who committed their lives to win freedom for all South Africans. Using a sociopsychological retrospective, Juckes interweaves accounts of the lives of these three men with sociopolitical developments to reveal the complex interaction that occurs between social processes and individual actors, revealing how leaders come into being and how their actions influence social developments. Each man's political character captured the demands of the time and used the available resources of his age in the quest for freedom; the pressure--over time--from the activities of these three men and the movements they supported made liberation inevitable.

The Secret Trial of Imre Nagy (Hardcover, New): Alajos Dornbach The Secret Trial of Imre Nagy (Hardcover, New)
Alajos Dornbach
R2,282 Discovery Miles 22 820 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Among the various secret or staged processes in court that are all to some degree the focus of public attention, the process against Hungarian Prime Minister Imre Nagy of the 1956 Revolution is especially noteworthy. This volume contains the most important documents of this process: the indictment, the death sentence, the prosecutor's motion 31 years later concerning the repeal of the death sentence, and the acquittal. The separate research papers analyze the historical background of the process and the unlawful practices followed in the administration of justice of the communist party-state, best exemplified by the most serious infringements in the process against Imre Nagy. This book may be read with interest not only by lawyers and historians, but by all interested in the struggle of human will against political terror.

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