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Publication Audience Format Latest Issue Articles
Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2012
Americas (English Edition) General Magazine/Journal May 1, 2012
Contemporary PNG Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2008
Ethnic Studies Review Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2011
Explorations in Renaissance Culture Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 22, 2009
Genders Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2014
Harvard Review Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2014
Humanitas Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2013
International Journal of Peace Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2010
Irish University Review: a journal of Irish Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2014
Journal of Cyprus Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2008
Michigan Academician Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2013
Portuguese Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2008
Reason General Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2014
Reason Magazine General Magazine/Journal Apr 18, 2015
  • Teddy bears vs. the state.
  • Helpful hackers vs. college regulators: why are state governments cracking down on innovative coding academies?
  • The misguided war on sexting: America is taking a punitive approach to teens who send each other explicit messages--and it's backfiring.
  • Is another financial crisis on the way? We didn't learn the lessons of the last crisis. Does that mean we're doomed to repeat it?
  • Edwardian zines.
  • The spies who hated U.S.
  • Bill Bennett's pot prevarications: a former drug czar's dazed and confused defense of marijuana prohibition.
  • Diplomatic games.
  • Dylan in Shadows.
  • Girls pulls the trigger.
  • Unpacking Obamacare: how the president's signature law came into effect, and what might come next.
  • Taking comics to the people: artists are using new platforms to bypass gatekeepers and grow the comic book industry.
  • 'A solution that won't work to a problem that simply doesn't exist': Maverick FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai on why net neutrality and government attempts...
  • Bitcoin and the cypherpunks: will recent breakthroughs in computer science make truly free markets a reality?
  • Uncle Sam wants your Fitbit: the fight for Internet freedom gets physical.
  • How to break the Internet: the biggest threat to the net isn't cable companies. It's government.
  • Minimum wage and magical thinking: no one can defy the law of demand.
  • The online sales tax cash grab: as states lunge for dot-com money, Congress threatens to get into the act.
  • Begging to die: the curiously circumscribed suicide right recognized by Canada's Supreme Court.
  • The year the future started.
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    Renaissance Quarterly Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 22, 2008
    Serbian Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2011
    Traffic (Parkville) Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2010
    Yearbook of English Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2008

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