The World According to Star Wars
Cass Sunstein talked about his book The World According to Star Wars, in which he discusses what can be learned about history, presidential politics, law, economics, and culture from the movie Star Wars.
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Amelia Kemler Assistant Sixth and I Historic Synagogue->Cultural Programming and Communications
Cass R. Sunstein Author
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