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Wilfred Reilly

Wilfred Reilly is a tenure-track professor of political science at Kentucky State University. His interests include international relations, contemporary American race relations, and the use of modern quantitative/empirical methods to test “sacred cow” theories. He is the author of The $50,000,000 Question.
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