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Abstract

Back in 1990,1 took an introductory political science course taught by Theodore Lowi and Ben Ginsberg. It was one of those classes where they crammed 500 students into an auditorium. Class felt more like a circus than a lecture. I distinctly remember the last day of class. Ginsberg walked up to the lectern and announced, “Up until now, there probably hasn’t been anyone who has been out to get you. This will change the minute you graduate and go out into the real world

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