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The Brown Political Review is a non-partisan political publication that seeks to promote ideological diversity. All of the views reflected in BPR’s content are views held by authors and not reflective of the views held by the wider organization or the Executive Board.

A.J. Braverman '21 is the Associate Section Manager for the US Section of the Brown Political Review. A.J. can be reached at aj_braverman@brown.edu

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Helicopters with sniper rifles, cyanide landmines, and poison bombs dropped from the sky: The practices of Wildlife Services sound more like those of a fringe branch of the military than a small-budgeted domestic agency buried deep in the Department ...

America’s War on Wildlife

Helicopters with sniper rifles, cyanide landmines, and poison bombs dropped from the sky: The practices of Wildlife Services sound more like those of a fringe branch of the military than a small-budgeted domestic agency buried deep in the Department ...

On March 6, 1998 Bill Clinton signed the reauthorization of the National Sea Grant College Program, an act providing 33 colleges with grants for marine research and conservation. Hidden within the bill, which passed both the House and Senate without ...

Make Lake Champlain Great Again

On March 6, 1998 Bill Clinton signed the reauthorization of the National Sea Grant College Program, an act providing 33 colleges with grants for marine research and conservation. Hidden within the bill, which passed both the House and Senate without ...