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Newsday. Oct. 6. Samir Khan became an enemy of the U.S. by joining Al Qadia and a legitmate target, says David Schanzer.
Duke Today.com. Oct. 5. Sanford Visiting Professor Stephen Smith and Sanford Media Fellow Philippe Bernard, reporter for Le Monde, took part in a panel discussion about illegal payments several African nationals allegedly made to French politicians.
NPR.org. Sept. 17. Prof. Phil Cook says the drop in the national crime rate during the recession can't be attributed to the business community on the program"Marketplace."
The Atlantic Magazine. Oct. 2011. Charles Clotfelter is quoted on the rise of the salaries of college coaches in this cover article by historian Taylor Branch the huge financial enterprise that is college sports and the issue of explotation of student athletes.
New York Times.com. Sept. 12. The findings of Nic Carnes that the occupation of congressional members is skewed toward wealthier professions and has an impact on policy are discussed on the NYT's political blog 538.