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The Editorial Board and The University of Texas are not in any way responsible for the views expressed by the contributors. We welcome the unsolicited submission of articles from scholars, practitioners, businesspeople, government officials, judges, and students on topics relating to recent developments in civil liberties and civil rights law.

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