Homeland Security Education: Reading the Tea Leaves
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Many of you will be reading this issue of the Journal of Homeland Security Education as you begin the fall semester course load. You may find some comfort—or, at least, a bit of schadenfreude—in knowing that this essay is being written during the crunch of grading finals and end of term projects, the stress of which is now but a distant, hazy memory. One can only hope.
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