1. Endangered Scholars Worldwide
  2. Ebby Abramson, Dolunay Bulut
  3. pp. v-xix
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  1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Arien Mack
  3. pp. xxi-xxii
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  1. The Census and the Japanese “Internment”: Apology and Policy in Statistical Practice
  2. Margo Anderson
  3. pp. 789-812
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  1. The Anatomy of an Apology
  2. Roy L. Brooks
  3. pp. 813-834
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  1. Apology without Forgiveness
  2. Thomas Brudholm
  3. pp. 835-861
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  1. Apology and the Question of Reconciliation
  2. Jean-Marc Coicaud
  3. pp. 863-886
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  1. A Note on Overapologizing
  2. Jon Elster
  3. pp. 887-895
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  1. The Journey to and from Apology: Restoring the Moral Order
  2. Michael Lapsley
  3. pp. 897-916
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  1. Apologizing for Evil
  2. Alice MacLachlan
  3. pp. 917-942
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  1. The Long View of Transitional Justice: Apologies and History
  2. Melissa Nobles
  3. pp. 943-963
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  1. Can We Permit Apology? How Women Could Survive Sexual Violence without Punishing Men
  2. Claire Potter
  3. pp. 965-989
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  1. “How Shall We Put Ourselves in Touch with Reality?” : On Baldwin, Film, and Acknowledgment
  2. Francey Russell
  3. pp. 991-1021
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  1. Should Public Figures Apologize?
  2. Cass R. Sunstein
  3. pp. 1023-1037
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  1. Apologizing for Historical Injustices
  2. Janna Thompson
  3. pp. 1039-1058
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  1. The Lure of Political Forgiveness
  2. Margaret Urban Walker
  3. pp. 1059-1077
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 1079-1080
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