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    Barbieri, W. A.

    Beyond the Nations: The Expansion of the Common Good in Catholic Social Thought

    2001 - The Review of Politics

    In-text: (Barbieri 723-754)

    Your Bibliography: Barbieri, William A. "Beyond The Nations: The Expansion Of The Common Good In Catholic Social Thought." The Review of Politics 63.4 (2001): 723-754. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Batiuk, M. E., Lahm, K. F., Mckeever, M., Wilcox, N. and Wilcox, P.

    Disentangling the effects of correctional education

    2005 - Criminal Justice

    In-text: (Batiuk et al. 55-74)

    Your Bibliography: Batiuk, Mary Ellen et al. "Disentangling The Effects Of Correctional Education." Criminal Justice 5.1 (2005): 55-74. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Brennan, J. and Jaworski, P. M.

    Markets without Symbolic Limits

    2015 - Ethics

    In-text: (Brennan and Jaworski 1053-1077)

    Your Bibliography: Brennan, Jason, and Peter Martin Jaworski. "Markets Without Symbolic Limits." Ethics 125.4 (2015): 1053-1077. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Cahill, L. S.

    The Catholic Tradition: Religion, Morality, and the Common Good

    1987 - Journal of Law and Religion

    In-text: (Cahill 75)

    Your Bibliography: Cahill, Lisa Sowle. "The Catholic Tradition: Religion, Morality, And The Common Good." Journal of Law and Religion 5.1 (1987): 75. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Czerniawski, G.

    A race to the bottom – prison education and the English and Welsh policy context

    2015 - Journal of Education Policy

    In-text: (Czerniawski 198-212)

    Your Bibliography: Czerniawski, Gerry. "A Race To The Bottom – Prison Education And The English And Welsh Policy Context." Journal of Education Policy 31.2 (2015): 198-212. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Erickson, L.

    Reducing Recidivism through Correctional Education: The Roles of Neoclassical and Behavioral Economics

    2018 - Policy Perspectives

    In-text: (Erickson 22-31)

    Your Bibliography: Erickson, Laura. "Reducing Recidivism Through Correctional Education: The Roles Of Neoclassical And Behavioral Economics." Policy Perspectives 25 (2018): 22-31. Web.

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    Gauthier, D.

    Morals by Agreement


    In-text: (Gauthier)

    Your Bibliography: Gauthier, David. "Morals By Agreement." (1987): n. pag. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    HEATH, J.

    The Benefits of Cooperation

    2006 - Philosophy <html_ent glyph="@amp;" ascii="&amp;"/> Public Affairs

    In-text: (HEATH 313-351)

    Your Bibliography: HEATH, JOSEPH. "The Benefits Of Cooperation." Philosophy <html_ent glyph="@amp;" ascii="&amp;"/> Public Affairs 34.4 (2006): 313-351. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Is Ethical Consumerism an Impermissible Form of Vigilantism?

    2012 - Philosophy & Public Affairs

    In-text: (HUSSAIN 111-143)

    Your Bibliography: HUSSAIN, WAHEED. "Is Ethical Consumerism An Impermissible Form Of Vigilantism?." Philosophy & Public Affairs 40.2 (2012): 111-143. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Hussain, W.

    Why should we care about competition?

    2017 - Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy

    In-text: (Hussain 1-16)

    Your Bibliography: Hussain, Waheed. "Why Should We Care About Competition?." Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (2017): 1-16. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Smith, T. W.

    Aristotle on the Conditions for and Limits of the Common Good

    1999 - American Political Science Review

    In-text: (Smith 625-636)

    Your Bibliography: Smith, Thomas W. "Aristotle On The Conditions For And Limits Of The Common Good." American Political Science Review 93.3 (1999): 625-636. Web. 20 May 2019.

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    Vorhaus, J.

    Prisoners' right to education: A philosophical survey

    2014 - London Review of Education

    In-text: (Vorhaus 162-174)

    Your Bibliography: Vorhaus, John. "Prisoners' Right To Education: A Philosophical Survey." London Review of Education 12.2 (2014): 162-174. Web.

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