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Justices to hear challenge to race in college admissions

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 hrs ago

Justices to hear challenge to race in college admissions

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Ex-Labor Secretary Reich Says Democrats Should Assault Sinema

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

Ex-Labor Secretary Reich Says Democrats Should Assault Sinema

"Now, last night, former Clinton secretary of labor and Harvard professor Robert Reich tweeted out, tonight, Republican senators lined up to shake Kirsten sinema's hand. Democratic senators should have given her the backs of their hands. After withering criticism for apparently encouraging violence against women, he deleted that tweet. What do you make of that tweet by Robert Reich? It shows you that he is part of this cabal behind the curtain that is pushing forward, very vigorously this socialist agenda. And they know they have a very narrow window to push this through. They're fully aware of that.

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'The Diversity Delusion' Author Heather Mac Donald on Young Americans' Move to the Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 4 d ago

'The Diversity Delusion' Author Heather Mac Donald on Young Americans' Move to the Left

"So Heather, I want to ask you about the study from axios that I'd love to get your commentary on it. The essence is that it shows that young people are going far to the left and they're not basically staying. And they're not conservative as conservatives prior generations. What would you attribute this to? You talk about this a lot in the diversity delusion. You talk about the several dynamics that come into play. How would you explain this? Well, it's a combination of overt ideology and prosperity. Decades decades, decades in America of stable society, limited government, extraordinary conquest of poverty, want disease, premature death, and young people have absolutely no idea what the west has accomplished to make their lives so, so cushy and so opportunity filled, but then of course that's the background and the more overt politicization is coming from the elite classes in the education establishment. And that are dedicated to tearing down the west that are filled with anti white hatred. They hate a civilization being too white and male. And they're very few competing voices. The establishment, you know, in the 50s, the establishment used to be viewed as conservative. And indeed, it often was the American bar association, the American medical association. These institutions were regarded as guardians of traditional bourgeois norms, respect for property, respect for the rule of law. And now they are almost indistinguishable from Brown university or Yale University or Harvard in their dedication to this phony ideology that says the white white supremacy and white racism is the defining characteristic of American

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Senator Rand Paul on Fauci's Abuse of Power

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Senator Rand Paul on Fauci's Abuse of Power

"And with us right now, is someone who I think has been so courageous more so than any other member of Congress and definitely in the Senate, someone who is actually a medical doctor and has been exposing the independent regulatory agencies of the deep medical state, doctor Rand Paul or senator ram Paul senator, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie. Thanks for having me. So senator walk us through kind of your latest kind of bout with Fauci, if you will. You went back and forth in the committee or one of the only ones willing to do so. Seems as if he's getting a little bit uneasy that you might be on his case. You know, I think it's in a appalling abuse of power. He makes over $420,000 a year, but he then uses his salary and his office and his minions to take down an enemy's list. So his enemies list includes other doctors and other scientists and three of them are imminent epidemiologists that work for Stanford Oxford and Harvard, but he and doctor Collins conspired by email that we know of because we have a record of this. And they said in the email, let's do a published takedown of these people. And immediately Fauci responded to Collins and said, I'm on it and sent him two or three things that got up in the lay press at the nation a left wing progressive outlet and then also at spike. So the thing is they're putting these nodes at wired. So they're putting these things out. But I think it's an abuse of office to go after other scientists and use your government position to try to take down people who disagree with you. And what these scientists were putting forward was the great Barrington declaration that simply acknowledged that we learned very early on that COVID affects different age groups wildly differently to 80 year old has a thousand times greater chance of dying than a ten year old. And if we don't account for that, I think it's basically

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Former Obama Advisor Critical of Biden Economic Policies

The Larry Elder Show

01:17 min | 6 d ago

Former Obama Advisor Critical of Biden Economic Policies

"Joe Biden's poll numbers continue to fall, and he's now being criticized widely on CNN and on places like NBC. Here's what a reporter said about his COVID response. There's a lot of concern among people who advise the Biden transition among former Obama administration officials, either allies of the president in this administration. But concern that the confusion and the messaging, the conflicting signals that are being sent are really hurting not only the president's credibility, but the CDC's credibility and that could make it even more difficult to fight this pandemic longer term. And this is a former Obama adviser named Larry summers, economists used to be the head of Harvard. Blasted the Biden's economic adviser who doesn't seem to think that inflation is going to last very long. When we talk with Brian, do you know him well from The White House this week? He said, well, really, this is the supply side problem. Once we get the supply chain fixed, it'll be all fixed. Is he right? No. He's wrong. We have a massive overheated labor market. We have the highest ratio of vacancies to unemployment in the country's history by a large margin.

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Rep. Guy Reschenthaler on Why Democrats and Republicans Can't Agree Where the Money Should Go

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:27 min | Last week

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler on Why Democrats and Republicans Can't Agree Where the Money Should Go

"What do you see? What do you tell the American people about hua Republicans and Democrats? Either party can not pass the way it's supposedly it's most straightforward function of government and that is to decide where the money goes. Yeah, it gets an absolute mass and a lot of the mess is really fueled by, I think just a lack of understanding from the outside of what the process is. And before, before I get to that, I'd be remiss if I didn't say this. Just getting back to big tactics briefly, we also need to adopt the European model of privacy, where individuals own their search history, and then they can sell it. So the big tech companies don't own it. We should adopt that to give a private property right in the search history. That would be the fourth thing we need to do with big tech I'd be remiss if I didn't say it. But getting back to the appropriations process, let's just say earmarks, for example, I grew up thinking earmark was a dirty word when I was not when I was not in. And then I came in and I realized very quickly in the state Senate in Pennsylvania where I served that it was one of the only ways that a legislator could fight back against the bureaucracy of the administrative branch. Because when I was in, we had at one point it's super majority in the state Senate Republicans. We had the second most liberal governor second only to Gavin Newsom in California. The only way I was going to get my constituents funding for some projects, et cetera was through the year more process. Now, we technically did away with earmarks before I got to the stage Senate, but we still had avenues to direct funding. And when I got to Congress, I found real fast. If I wanted to get funding for, let's say a lock and damn project on the monongahela river, which is a huge artery of our inland water system and a huge pillar in that inland water port that is the port of Pittsburgh. I was going to have to negotiate with some 20 something that just graduated from Yale or Harvard, who had never been on a walk and Dan has no idea how a lock and damn system operates has no idea why it's needed for industry and the movement of goods and services. And I was put in a position where I was elected by 780,000 people trusted to do a job for my district and then had to grovel behind some woke kid who just graduated from ily school. It's ridiculous. That's not how our system is formed.

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Follow the Science, and Keep Schools Open

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | Last week

Follow the Science, and Keep Schools Open

"We've talked about the flimsy evidence behind the CDC's push to vaccinate children. By doctor Marty makary of Johns Hopkins, we've talked about the article in the Atlantic by doctor then a Prasad. He's a hematologist oncologist associate prof of epidemiology at UC San Francisco, the downsides of masking gun students are real, published in the Atlantic, a student left publication. Now we're talking about the piece that was published in The New York Times by doctor Joseph Allen. Professor at Harvard's school of public health. Headline, we learned our lessons do not close the schools, all about how children are not likely to get sick, not likely to get really sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. Quote, as the American academy of pediatrics stated and report released this month, this article came out in December last month. Quote, the available data indicate that COVID-19 associated hospitalization and death is uncommon in children.

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Sen. Paul Slams Dr. Fauci for Conspiring With Dr. Collins Against Skeptic Scientists

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last week

Sen. Paul Slams Dr. Fauci for Conspiring With Dr. Collins Against Skeptic Scientists

"And now even some of these phony noses are saying the light It's hard to deny it It's hard to deny it Rand Paul and Fauci went at it today Fauci is a narcissist and is obnoxious He's also untruthful in my view Some of it cut 18 go In an email exchange with doctor Collins you conspire and I quote here directly from the email to create a quick and devastating publish takedown of three prominent epidemiologists from Harvard Oxford and Stanford apparently there's a lot of fringe epidemiologists at Harvard Oxford and Stanford And you quote in the email that they were from doctor Collins and you agree that they are fringe Immediately this is takedown effort A published takedown though doesn't exactly conjure up the image of a dispassionate scientist Instead of engaging them on the merits you and doctor Collins sought to smear them as fringe and take them down and not in journals in lay press This is not only antithetical to the scientific method Of cheap politics and its reprehensible Doctor Fauci do you really think it's appropriate to use your $420,000 salary to attack scientists that disagree with you The email you're referring to was an email of doctor Collins to me if you look at the email that you responded to and hurried up and said I can do it I can do it We got something in wire I don't know I think in usual fashion senator you are distorting everything about me Did you ever object to doctor Collins characterization of them as friends Did you write back to doctor Collins They know they're not fringe They're esteemed scientists and would be beneath I did not do that You responded to him that you would

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Harvard Profresor Ruth Wisse on the Significance of Writer Saul Bellow

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Harvard Profresor Ruth Wisse on the Significance of Writer Saul Bellow

"And I'm talking to Ruth wise, longtime Professor of literature at Harvard, now at the tikva fund, Ruth thanks for joining me. Let's talk a little bit about Saul Bellow. You knew it's all Bello. I never met Saul Bellow, but my longtime editor was his son Adam Bello, so I've gotten to know the father, so to speak through the sun. But you would agree what knew that Bella was one of the towering figures of literature in the 20th century. Do you agree with that and why? What is it that made him so important? Well, he's certainly important to me because he was my favorite writer long before I met him, that's partly because he comes from Montreal, which is where I grew up. So it was very homey. But it's also because of the kind of writer that he was, he came on the scene, I think, understanding that literature was enormously important. And I think that one of his insights was that the world was becoming more disjointed that the consciousness was being torn in a hundred directions. Well, if it was that way in his day, you can imagine how much more so it is in our day when there are so many things bombarding you. And so I think that one of the things that he felt was that the novel could really provide the most entire picture of what our human experience is through the prism of an individual. And in his writing, that individual is very often a kind of solve Bello. He doesn't choose he doesn't choose to write about a person who's different from himself, but rather some projection of himself, so that it's always a very erudite person, a good person, basically, but struggling with difficult

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Laurence Tribe Warned Barack Obama About Sonia Sotomayor in 2010

The Dan Bongino Show

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Laurence Tribe Warned Barack Obama About Sonia Sotomayor in 2010

"Now we were warned about Sonia Sotomayor By even the lefties No no joke not kidding Politico Josh gerstein October 8th of 2010 You know lefty lawyer Lawrence tribe from Harvard big lefty right He told Obama when Obama was thinking of a nominating Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court He said quote bluntly put she's not nearly as smart as she seems to think she is Tribe said Sonia Sotomayor had obvious benefits in terms of personal history and demographic appeal That's them saying it on us He's acknowledging the woman's not very smart and this is a demographic play That's their own they lefties talking about Sonia Sotomayor This is what we're doing

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Suddenly the Left's COVID Response Looks a Lot Like Donald Trump's

The Larry Elder Show

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Suddenly the Left's COVID Response Looks a Lot Like Donald Trump's

"Here's what I don't understand. Looking at Biden's first year. He said he's going to shut down COVID. It's going to be all about the testing. Now, people can't get tested. COVID hasn't been shut down. And what does Biden now say? Well, there isn't a federal solution to the virus. Isn't that what Donald Trump said and you guys hammered him? Donald Trump said the economy shouldn't be shut down. Donald Trump said school shouldn't be shut down. Now, people like Paul Allen from Harvard say the science is in. It was a bad idea to have shut the schools down. Suicides up. Homicides up. Domestic violence up. Opioid addiction up. Public school kids lost a whole year of in school education. And pre-pandemic R scores weren't anything to. Write home about when you compare our achievements to our rivals in Europe and in Asia. Now the realizing it was a mistake. Joe Biden now says schools ought not

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CNN Doctor Pleas for Public Schools to Remain Open for Children's Sake

The Larry Elder Show

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

CNN Doctor Pleas for Public Schools to Remain Open for Children's Sake

"Chicago public school teachers, of course, should be at the very least their paycheck should be withheld. If not fired, they've now voted not to go back to in school learning, apparently for fear of the coronavirus of the new variant known as omicron. And here is what doctor Paul Allen, Professor of medicine, from Harvard, said about what happens to kids when they are denied in school learning. After in very simplistic terms, you're saying worse outcomes await kids if they're out of school than if they are in school. Explain. Yeah, thanks for having me back on Michael. Is that simple? We shouldn't close schools because the risks to kids talking about 5 to the elementary and middle school and high school students is low from this virus. And I'll put some numbers to this. The risk of hospitalization has hovered around one per 100,000 throughout the entire pandemic through the origin strain, the alpha strain, even through the delta strain in early evidence shows that this is about the same thing for omicron. The deaths, several major studies have shown hover around one to two per million. The American academy of pediatrics released report two weeks ago that called hospitalizations and deaths in kids quote unquote uncommon. On the flip side of this, the risks of being out of school are severe and they're accumulating fast. We have lost kids have lost 5 months they're behind 5 months in reading and math. Sorry, math scores. Just since the pandemic and remote learning has started. 1 million kids were totally unaccounted for expected to be in school and disappeared from the system. Schools are our first chance to detect neglect and abuse. New York City did a study that showed in just three months of school closures, 8000 reports of abuse and neglect were expected that never came in. They extrapolate this to the country. It's 300,000 reports of neglect and excuse and abuse that never came in. Kids rely on schools for food. 14 million kids weren't getting the food they needed when schools closed. This extends to women in particular working women who have borne the disproportionate burden of kids being home.

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Taking a step back: US colleges returning to online classes

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Taking a step back: US colleges returning to online classes

"With with covert covert cases cases surging surging dozens dozens of of US US colleges colleges are are moving moving classes classes online online again again for for at at least least the the first first week week or or so so of of the the semester semester someone someone it it could could stretch stretch longer longer if if the the wave wave of of infection infection doesn't doesn't subside subside soon soon Harvard Harvard says says a a return return to to campus campus is is scheduled scheduled for for late late January January conditions conditions permitting permitting the the university university of of Chicago Chicago is is delaying delaying for for two two weeks weeks some some others others are are inviting inviting students students back back to to campus campus but but starting starting classes classes online online including including Michigan Michigan State State University University many many colleges colleges open open extra extra week week or or two two will will get get them them past past the the peak peak of of the the nationwide nationwide spike spike driven driven by by the the highly highly contagious contagious Omicron Omicron variant variant still still the the surges surges casting casting uncertainty uncertainty over over semester semester many many had had hoped hoped would would be be the the closest closest to to normal normal since since the the start start of of the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

"A a pioneering pioneering biologist biologist who who argued argued for for a a new new vision vision of of human human nature nature has has died died former former Harvard Harvard professor professor Edward Edward O. O. Wilson Wilson died died Sunday Sunday at at age age ninety ninety two two that's that's according according to to a a tribute tribute posted posted on on the the E. E. O. O. Wilson Wilson bio bio diversity diversity foundation's foundation's website website in in two two thousand thousand seven seven Wilson Wilson said said people people of of faith faith and and science science must must work work together together to to save save the the environment environment science science and and religion religion are are the the two two most most powerful powerful social social forces forces in in the the world world the the so so called called culture culture wars wars between between them them needlessly needlessly block block full full cooperation cooperation Wilson Wilson won won two two Pulitzer Pulitzer prizes prizes he he first first gained gained widespread widespread attention attention for for its its nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five book book sociobiology sociobiology the the new new synthesis synthesis in in which which she she detailed detailed evidence evidence suggesting suggesting a a link link between between human human behavior behavior and and genetics genetics the the work work creating creating controversy controversy among among activists activists and and academics academics I'm I'm my my campaign campaign

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The Left Is So Lacking in Self-Awareness, They Undermine Everything They Stand For

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:28 min | Last month

The Left Is So Lacking in Self-Awareness, They Undermine Everything They Stand For

"Don't think anything in The New York Times in the last ten years was important as this piece. And they are such a lack of self awareness among some of our fellow citizens on the left that they don't realize that they published something that undermines almost everything they stand for. The data of hate by Seth Stephens davidowitz who recently received a PhD in economics from Harvard and is a contributing opinion writer. Do you realize that on every big issue where the left differs from the right you were taught something wrong? At the university, just I don't mean just morally wrong. Just simply wrong. Why did it take them 70 years? And new studies to point out that it's not economics that determines people's values. That lynchings had nothing to do with economic hardship. Nothing to do with terrorism. That education doesn't make better people. Moral education. Judeo Christian God based education makes better people, not always even there. But you have a better chance.

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Virtually Every Major Left-Wing Idea Has Been Wrong

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | Last month

Virtually Every Major Left-Wing Idea Has Been Wrong

"Virtually every major left wing idea has been wrong. And most of them have been terribly harmful. And I am going over one here in a piece written in The New York Times by a man just got his PhD from Harvard and economics who was just stunned, he writes frankly shocking. To learn that what people have been taught since the 1930s. That economic conditions determine evil he doesn't use the word evil, but the term and hate, he uses hate. That's the liberal word for evil is hate. It turns out not true. And he cites this liberal economist in 1930s who said that there was a relation between bad economic conditions and lynchings of blacks. And lo and behold, that economists in 2001 political science is not economists. Use data and found that there was no relationship actually no relationship between lynchings and economic hardships.

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Historian Daniel Pipes Describes 'The Perilous Path From Muslim to Christian'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Historian Daniel Pipes Describes 'The Perilous Path From Muslim to Christian'

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast, Daniel pipes, Dan is an historian, he's a former official in the U.S. departments of state and the Defense Department. And he's been a professor. He started at the University of Chicago. He started at Harvard, U.S. naval war college, and he also runs an organization called the Middle East forum. Now, Dan wrote an article, I believe originally in a magazine called the national interest about a worldwide movement of Muslims converting to Christianity in extremely I think fascinating topic I wanted to have Dan, come on and talk about it, Dan, welcome to the podcast. Of course, we know each other going back several years. And you are one of the experts and sources that I interviewed for my first film, a 2016 Obama's America. I find this article extremely fascinating. So let me start by just asking you what kind of got you. I mean, here you are you're a scholar, historian, a political scientist, what got you interested in this topic of Muslims in a sense leaving their faith and becoming Christians? I don't thank you for the kind introduction to national. I'd always considered Muslims leaving a slab could be a marginal topic of no larger significance beyond the individuals involved. And then gradually over the past years, I became aware that it's bigger than that. There's something going on. And they're really two aspects to it. One is Muslims becoming atheists. And the other is Muslims converting to other religions, mostly Christianity. And I now see this as a significant phenomenon, both for those involved. And also, a challenge to Islam, such as Islam has never

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Joy Reid Accuses Elon Musk of 'Misappropriating Black Vernacular for Misogynistic Purposes'

The Larry Elder Show

01:54 min | Last month

Joy Reid Accuses Elon Musk of 'Misappropriating Black Vernacular for Misogynistic Purposes'

"Start with this story. Somewhat obscure perhaps. You know who Elon Musk is? Richest man in America, rich is person in America. And it's going to be paying $15 billion in taxes this year, unfortunately for Californian since he's now relocated to Florida, California won't get the state income taxes. They otherwise would have gotten had he remained. But I digress. And he has been slammed by Elizabeth Warren. On the joy read show, that I watched you don't have to on MSNBC. And Elizabeth Warren made the case that Elon Musk use a great deal of taxpayer money in order to launch some of his projects, including Tesla. And mosque, as you know, not shy, referred to her as senator Karen. And reminded everybody that she faked her heritage as a Native American in order to get an advantage. To become a professor at Harvard. And he accused joy Reid of being her lobbyist. And joy Reid shot back and accused him of cultural appropriation for using the term Karen to insult. Elizabeth Warren, because it's a term that was invented by black people, she said. Si. Elon wasn't happy. He did what he always did and stopped his little feet insulted senator Warren. Calling her an angry mom and referring to her as senator Aaron. So for so many reasons, being a freeloader and a selfish and disrespectful one. And for misappropriating black vernacular from his odd purposes, Elon Musk is the absolute worst. Meanwhile senator Warren has better things to do than fight with junior Birdman on Twitter. Wow. Call him a freeloader.

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"harvard often" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"harvard often" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Professor Roberto Longer at Harvard often says that we are each of us. Was individually and all of us collectively bigger than this social introduction. Contextual world That's around US ideas, words laws, disciplines technology institutions. There are products of our individual and collective minds. Informed citizens who are empowered to question and scrutinize are better prepared to reimagine and rebuild a structural level. And I think that there in lies the key aspect of journalism's public value and also of the solutions that we need against this information. Way almost lost your right there at the Enrique, But I think you know your words really capture what we were trying tol about today, bringing back to the individual and, you know, educating ourselves and our communities t better counter. Um, you know, missing disinformation in our societies, you know, through finding Backs and in truth, so thank you so much. You know, Enrique, coming from from Nicaragua, Rocky from New York and Jeannie from from Maine. I'd encourage everyone to to visit. You know each of their websites, Internews, you know, it's an excellent source, You know, especially for those around the world for support. You know, Jigsaw does amazing work on the numerous issues, you know. Rocking his colleagues. There are really on the forefront of I would say, helping society these days in country and people like Enrique Incompetency l local journalists at their best, So we really need to support our local journalists. Whether it's in Nicaragua Main Washington You know, Idaho or in anywhere else, So we really appreciate you, Um, tuning in today Visit the McCain Institute website as well. For more information. We also have Ah, Pacific platform called We hold these truths that we hope you visit as well where we're focusing on on journalism Trust in media this year as it's you know, it's playing out to be a really It's always an important issue. But I think today andare in our country, our context is more important than ever. So thanks so much Jeannie Rocky and regain everyone for joining us. Today. Thank you, Paul. Thank you. But it's conversation took place Wednesday. Jeannie Burger was president of Internews Rocky cold in charge of research at Jigsaw and Enrique. Questions are Oh, Is a reporter for Confidentiality Nicaragua.

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