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Toshio Mori endured internment camps and overcame discrimination to become the first Japanese American to publish a book of fiction
Elevating Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Efforts in Idaho
The US military presence in Europe has been declining for 30 years – the current crisis in Ukraine may reverse that trend
Millions more Americans now have the right to vote in non-English languages
Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?
In Idaho, Republicans’ support for mask mandates falls if they are enforced
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How marijuana legalization would benefit the criminal justice system

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Disruptive Innovation in Higher Education

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Demagogues and Democracy

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Progressive Property Taxes in Ada County?

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Don't California My Idaho?

Jeffrey Lyons, Boise State University

Brazilian Federalism and State Level Policy Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Farming Idaho’s History of Incarceration

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The Blue Review is a journal of popular scholarship published by the Boise State University School of Public Service, embracing the university’s state-mandated public affairs mission.

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