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Table of Contents
|The Search for Perfection: Understanding the Motives of Nazi Experimentation|
|Robert Mugabe’s Africa: Zimbabwe as a Failed State|
|Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage: An Obligation Not a Decision|
International Political Economy
|LAN Chile: A Symbol of National Pride|
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