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Carolina Journal associate editor David Bass contributed two articles this week to The American Spectator. One covered a recent Josephson Institute study on youth ethics, while the other addressed an ill-conceived climate registry. Meanwhile, the John Locke Foundation earned a couple of other recent mentions in the media. A News & Observer article about state Rep. Marilyn Avila mentioned her former JLF affiliation. A recent piece in Duke University’s Chronicle featured commentary from students who would like to see the university offer more opportunities for political involvement. (Duke can also develop links to the numerous local policy think tanks based in Raleigh, such as the John Locke Foundation and N.C. Policy Watch.)

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