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The Fight Over the ACA’s Contraceptive Coverage Mandate

by Charlotte Butash

Amanda Knox, Her “Strange” Behavior, and the Italian Legal System

In this four-part series, Professor Martha Grace Duncan presents a new analysis of the much-studied case of Amanda Knox. Professor Duncan examines how human prejudice against “strangeness,” our desperation for a hasty assessment of guilt or innocence, and the hybrid Italian legal system led to Knox being twice-convicted for a crime she did not commit.