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From this issue:
By Allison Miller and James Grossman
China: Vicissitudes of Definitions
By Peter Zarrow
The United States: Self-Taught Activism
By Johann N. Neem
India: Collective Assembly as a Critical Practice
By Ramnarayan Rawat
Brazil: Regional Equality—Whose Vote Counts?
By Barbara Weinstein
Senegal: Gender and Colonial Legacies
By Emily Lord Fransee
The United Kingdom: Class, Race, and Identity
By Charlotte Lydia Riley
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