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“Some of the tactics Beijing is currently using against public interest lawyers are reminiscent of ones used in the Maoist era," says Carl Minzner.
Tanya Hernández says "pigmentocracy" a major factor in the two countries' social and economic turmoil.
Change for Rikers adolescents remains slow, Professor Cheryl Bader says.
Plaintiff awards leave Johnson & Johnson with difficult decision.
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