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    23Journal Article Reference 1 of 12
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    Public Choice, 2010, 145, 3/4, 589-592, Springer
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    7Journal Article Reference 2 of 12
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    Pirates, Then and Now: How Piracy Was Defeated in the Past and Can Be Again
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    Foreign Affairs, 2009, 88, 4, 94-107, Council on Foreign Relations
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    5Journal Article Reference 3 of 12
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    "Piracy" in the Caribbean
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    The American Journal of International Law, 1961, 55, 2, 426-428, American Society of International Law
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    4Journal Article Reference 4 of 12
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    The Journal of Military History, 1999, 63, 4, 974-975, Society for Military History
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    16Journal Article Reference 5 of 12
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    Piracy in the Mediterranean
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    The American Journal of International Law, 1937, 31, 4, 659-665, American Society of International Law
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    15Journal Article Reference 6 of 12
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    Piracy in the Offing: The Law of Lands and The Limits of Sovereignty at Sea
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    Anthropological Quarterly, 2012, 85, 3, 817-857, The George Washington University Institute for Ethnographic Research
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    24Journal Article Reference 7 of 12
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    The New England Quarterly, 2005, 78, 1, 142-144, The New England Quarterly, Inc.
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    25Journal Article Reference 8 of 12
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    The Journal of Southern History, 1975, 41, 3, 399-400, Southern Historical Association
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    13Journal Article Reference 9 of 12
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    The Dialectics of Piracy in Somalia: the rich versus the poor
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    Third World Quarterly, 2010, 31, 8, FROM WAR ON TERROR TO WAR ON WEATHER? RETHINKING HUMANITARIANISM IN A NEW ERA OF CHRONIC EMERGENCIES, 1377-1394, Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
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    14Journal Article Reference 10 of 12
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    Towards a General Theory of Piracy
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    Anthropological Quarterly, 2012, 85, 3, 673-699, The George Washington University Institute for Ethnographic Research
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    6Journal Article Reference 11 of 12
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    Refuge upon the Sea: Captivity and Liberty in "The Florida Pirate"
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    Early American Literature, 2001, 36, 1, 71-88, University of North Carolina Press
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    10Journal Article Reference 12 of 12
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    Refuge upon the Sea: Captivity and Liberty in "The Florida Pirate"
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    Early American Literature, 2001, 36, 1, 71-88, University of North Carolina Press
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