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Hu, Jane C.

PublishedJanuary 2016
JournalThe Atlantic
Edition Jan 26, 2016


RefereedDoes not apply
RightsCopyright © 2017 by The Atlantic Monthly Group. All Rights Reserved.
URLhttp://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/01/elsevier-academic-publishing-petition/427059/
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