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In the Atlantic, Robert Wright describes research that my team at Tufts University conducted in partnership with him. He summarizes the research question: Suppose you’re a conservative or a liberal, and you’re watching a debate, and the debater you consider … Continue reading
One way to think about climate change is that “we” (however you define that) have the wrong relationship to nature. We are exploitative and wasteful. We must change our basic orientation to save the world and ourselves: “The survival of the … Continue reading
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Welcome to the Street Law Teachers network—a free social network for Street Law teachers, professors, and instructors and educators who teach about the law.
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Our goal is to improve the teaching of civics, law, democracy, and human rights by providing an online space to connect teachers, professors, and instructors; facilitate collaboration; and share resources developed by Street Law and our partners and educators.
I can't find a copy of "The case of the barking dog," questions and answers. Can anyone help please. I have the 8th edition of the textbook Street Law and it's not included there. Please, if you have a copy e-mail me at…Continue