CREATED ON 17th March 2017
COMPLETED ON 19th March 2017
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Reading Responses for law and social change class

this are 4 reading response assignments in one file, that have different due dates. the first reading response is due this Saturday 3/17/17, but not 3/20/17 each of these assignments should be a minimum of 300 words
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