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Articles by C. Douglas Lummis

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Douglas Lummis was born in San Francisco and schooled at University of California Berkeley. He has taught at UC Santa Cruz, Fairhaven College (Washington State), Tsuda College (Tokyo), Okinawa International University, and is presently Visiting Professor in the Okinawa International University Graduate School. He is a contributing editor to the Asia-Pacific Journal, and the author of Radical Democracy (Cornell) and [in Japanese translation] Iwanami.

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