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When Policies Collide with Conviction

By Amy Seely Flint, Eliza Allen, Nicole Anderson, Tara M. Campbell, India Fraser, Danielle Hilaski, Linda James, Sanjuana Rodriguez and Natasha A. Thornton
Publisher: ScholarWorks@GVSU
Year: 2011
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