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is an article about the recent decision by a California judge to strike down the state’s 32-year old ban on assault weapons [Tx7]. It was written by Eliga Gould, Professor of History at the Univeristy of New Hampshire, and published by the The Conve…
is a question related to the recent decision by the FDA to grant approval to an experimental Alzheimer’s drug, Aducanumab, despite significant opposition from the scientific community [Ix4]. When confronted with an intractable, widespread disease, w…
is a claim about the FDA’s recent decision to approve an experimental Alzheimer’s drug for use despite a substantial rejection by its own scientific panel of experts on the subject.
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The Impact of State Firearm Laws on Homicide Rates in Suburban and Rural Areas Compared to Large Cities in the United States, 1991-2016
The Sheikh Jarrah Affair – The Strategic Implication of Jewish Settlement in an Arab Neighborhood in East Jerusalem
is a paper which analyzes the strategic implications of Jewish settlement in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood for the State of Israel. It was published by the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research in 2010. It was written by Prof. Yitzhak Reiter and …
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