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Pol 266: Maps! Maps! Maps!

The University of Texas, Austin’s Perry-Casteñeda’s Library contains a terrific online collection of maps, which you access here. Poke around—it’s a great way to waste time! For our course purposes, I direct you to the following [set of] maps in … Continue reading

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One last thing. . . .

Holy smokes! There’s a whole website (well, site within a site) on Naked Hiker stories, only here, they’re called ‘Quirkies‘. Also, check out this interactive map showing in- and out-migration to counties across the US. Very cool. That is all.

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