The production of false fakes gets cast as a contradiction, but points back at an economic logic that refuses to differentiate between products and human beings.
6. remember that students have bodies and that bodies require movement, sustenance, rest, and relief
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In Annie Baker's Pulitzer-winning play The Flick, tensions over race, sex, and labor automation appear in a mirror
The lawyer is also interested in finding an expert witness to testify about cultural and family practices in rural Pakistan, perhaps a sociologist, anthropologist or even a community leader familiar with the culture.
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