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Noah C. Chauvin
Look Away: The Impact of The Lost Cause on Civil Rights, Social Justice and Critical Race Theory, How Storytelling and Mythology Shaped American History
The Grass is not Always Greener on the Other Side: The Use of Digital Astroturfing to Spread Disinformation and the Erosion of the Rule of Law
Bárbara da Rosa Lazarotto
Time to SLAPP Back: Advocating Against the Adverse Civil Liberties Implications of Litigation that Undermines Public Participation
Dalton J. Delong
Put Your Mouth where the Money is: The Need for Federal Regulation of NIL rights in College Athletics