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The Cop and the Crowd: Police Strategies for Keeping the Rabble in Line
Kristian Williams

Anticipation & Preparations: A Weekend Journal from LA Protests at the DNC
Kerry Levenberg

Strategic Musings: Reflections on What Might Have Been in Philadelphia and Los Angeles
Daniel Fernandez

The Murderers Must Not Get What They Sought: The Death of Jafar Siddiq Hamzah; The Death of a Revolutionist Richard
Gilman Opalsky

We Have the Facts and We're Voting Undecided: Progress and Poverty in an American College Town
Scott L. Indrisek

Money Changes Everything: Money As Freedom
J. Gerlach

The City Life of Fake Meat
Beth Barnett

Spitting Image: The Image of Vietnam Veterans in American Culture: An Interview with Jerry Lembcke
Peter Werbe

Hegemonic Saliva: A Review
Phil Dickinson

The Ann Arbor Hot Rod Shopping Cart Race
John Gerken

Folked Up In Tenessee: Getting Down On My Farm: The Dickel Brothers Sing About Chickens and Whiskey

Dancing in the Sonic Dreamland: Idapalooza Begins the Next Generation of Queer Music Festivals

Sara McCarry

Close Your Legs Forever: The Space Between Awake and Asleep; The Fine Line Between Dreams and Reality
Jennifer Saboteur

Jennifer R Johnson

These Sentences Survey Silence(s) ...

Mexico Is More Than Just Chiapas: Testimonies from Guerrero Michelle Luellen and Heather Pruess

A Brief History of Skateparks
Jered Bogli

Anarchists in Medicine and Pharmacy: Philadelphia, 1889-1930
Robert Helms

Why I Do Not Care For Drugs Or Religion
Pete Lewis

The Normal Guy
Arron Spencer Wilder

Community Integration: Or How I Potlucked On The Clock

Towards Social Justice: Elizabeth 'Betita' Martinez and the Institute for MultiRacial Justice
Chris Crass

Media Alliance vs. The National Association of Broadcasters: An Interview with Andrea Buffa
Eric Zass

Branding The Cash Cow for Milk Money: The Dairy Council's Successful Ad Campaign
Andrew Cornell

I've Got A Bad Feeling About This: The Phantom Menace and the Star Wars Trilogy as an Extended Allegory for the American Midwest
Sean Carswell

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