By Ethan Smith on May 12, 2012
In this research-based post, I outline the importance of the issue of Internet censorship across the globe and why it could eventually be relevant in the United States as well.
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By Ethan Smith on April 27, 2012
**Update** I have published the full text of the English paper that this post refers to, and it is recommended you read that post before reading this one. Click here to read the updated post. There are many issues in today’s world that we consider important. But few of those issues are without debate and [...]
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By Ethan Smith on April 21, 2012
So I woke up at 9:30 this morning, took a shower, and realized that yes, it was finally time for me to sit down and work on my research paper for English that I’ve been putting off all week. I mean don’t get me wrong, I’ve had all the sources, and I even typed up [...]