Publications

Forthcoming

  • forthcoming, ‘Judicial Populism: the Rule of the People against the Rule of Law’, with Oscar Mazzoleni, editorial special issue on Judicial Populism, in: Participation and Conflict (PaCo).
  • forthcoming, ‘Populist Understandings of the Law: A Conservative Backlash?, in: special issue on Judicial Populism of Participation and Conflict (PaCo).
  • forthcoming, ‘The Constitution as a Symbol’, in: Elżbieta Hałas (ed.), Politics of Symbolization Across Central and Eastern Europe, Berghahn.
  • forthcoming, ‘Transnational Constitutionalism, Discursive Pluralism, and Constitutional Resistance’, in: J. Suntrup/W. Gephart, Constitutional Cultures in Comparative Perspective, series “Law as Culture”, Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann.
  • forthcoming, ‘The Sociology of Constitutional Law and Politics’, in: Jiri Priban (ed.), Research Handbook in Sociology of Law, Edward Elgar.

Recent

  • 2020, ‘Constitutional resistance in populist times‘, Federal Law Review.
  • 2020, with Laura Guercio, Sociologia dei Diritti Umani,socdu Mondadori.
  • 2020, ‘Building democracy by legal means? The contestation of human rights and constitutionalism in East-Central Europe’, in: Journal of Modern European History.
  • 2020, ‘Populist Constitutionalism in East-Central Europe’, in: S. Hardt (ed.), Protecting the liberal constitution in a populist age, Eleven Publishing.Populism and Democracy
  • cover2020, ‘Populism and Constitutional Reform. The Case of Italy’, in:  G. Martinico, G. Delledonne (eds), Italian Populism and Constitutional Law: Strategies, Conflicts and Dilemmas, Palgrave.
  • 2020, ‘Populism and constitutional change’, in: A. Fotiadou/X. Contiades (eds), The Routledge Handbook on Constitutional Change, Routledge.
  • 2019, ‘Constitutionalism, judicialization, and human rights in the 9781474455893integration of European society’, in: Johann Arnason (ed.), European Integration: Historical Trajectories, Geopolitical Contexts , Edinburgh University Press.
  • 2019, ‘Transnational Mobilization around the European Constitution: the Case of DiEM25 ‘, in: L. Leonardi & G. Scalise (eds), Social challenges for Europe. Addressing failures and perspectives of the European project, Bologna: Il Mulino.
  • 2019, ‘Populist Governments and International Law: A Reply to Heike Krieger’, European Journal of International Law, 30:3.
  • 2019, chapter, ‘Political and Constitutional Imaginaries’, in: S. Adams and J. Smith (eds), Social Imaginaries: Critical Interventions in a Paradigm-in-the-Making, Rowman and Littlefield.
  • 2019, ‘Populist Counter-Constitutionalism, Conservatism, and Legal Fundamentalism‘, European Constitutional Law Review, 15:3.
  • 2019, edited volume (co-edited with M. Anselmi), Multiple Populisms. Italy as a Multiple Populisms: Italy as Democracy's Mirror, 1st Edition (Hardback) book coverDemocracy’s Mirror, Routledge.
  • 2019, ‘The Populist Assault on the Constitution’, in: P. Blokker and M. Anselmi (eds.), Multiple Populisms. Italy as a Democracy’s Mirror, Routledge.
  • 2019, ‘Populism as a constitutional project‘, International Journal of Constitutional Law 17/2.
  • 2019, book review of ‘Sovereignty in Post-Sovereign Society: A Systems Theory of European Constitutionalism’, by Jiři Přibáň, European Law Review, 44:2 pp. 288-91.
  • 2019, ‘Varieties of Populist Constitutionalism: The Transnational Dimension’, in special issue on ‘Populist Constitutionalism: Varieties, Complexities, and Contradictions’, co-edited with Bojan Bugaric and Gábor Halmai, German Law Journal, 20/3.GLJ
  • 2019, with Bojan Bugaric and Gábor Halmai, ‘Introduction: Populist Constitutionalism: Varieties, Complexities, and Contradictions ‘, in special issue on ‘Populist Constitutionalism: Varieties, Complexities, and Contradictions’, co-edited with Bojan Bugaric and Gábor Halmai, German Law Journal, 20/3.
  • 2019, ‘Response to “Public Law and Populism” ‘, German Law Journal, 20/3.
  • 2018, ‘Populist Constitutionalism and Meaningful Popular Engagement‘, Policy Populist Constitutionalism and Meaningful Popular EngagementBrief, The Foundation of  Law, Justice, and Society, Oxford University.
  • 2018, ‘Response’, in: What Constitutionalism? Notes on Paul Blokker’s „New Democracies in Crisis?”, Politicon, 1/1.politicon
  • 2018, ‘Il costituzionalismo populista’, in: M. Anselmi, P Blokker. and N. Urbinati (eds.), Populismo di Lotta e di Governo, Feltrinelli
  • 2018, edited volume (co-edited with M. Anselmi and N. Urbinati), Populismo di Lotta e di Governo, Feltrinelli.lotta governo
  • 2018, chapter, ‘Populist Constitutionalism’, in: Carlos de la Torre (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Global Populism, Routledge, pp. 113-127.
  • 2018, ‘Constitutional Mobilization and Contestation in the Transnational Sphere’, Journal of Law and Society, 45:S1.
  • 2018, co-edited with Manuel Anselmi and Nadia Urbinati, La sfida populista, Fondazione Feltrinelli. SfidaPopulista
  • 2017, edited volume Sociological Constitutionalism, co-edited with Chris Thornhill (contributors: Kim Lane Scheppele, Gunther Teubner, Hauke Brunkhorst, Heinz Klug, Sabine Frerichs, Hans Vorlaender, Heinz Klug, Chris Thornhill, Paul Blokker) (Cambridge University Press).SocConstJacket
  • 2017, ‘Democracy and Democratization: Theory and Research’, in: William Outhwaite and Stephen Turner (eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Political Sociology, SAGE.
  • 2017, entry ‘Democracy’, Brian S. Turner (ed.-in-chief), The Encyclopedia of Social Theory, Wiley/Blackwell.
  • 2017, ‘The Evolution of Constitutionalism in the Post-Communist Countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Some Lessons for the Post-Soviet Space’, in: P. van Elsuwege and R. Petrov (eds), Post-Soviet Constitutions and Challenges of Regional Integration: Adapting to European and Eurasian integration projects, Routledge.
  • 2017, ‘Politics and the Political in Sociological Constitutionalism’, in: Paul Blokker and Chris Thornhill (eds), Sociological Constitutionalism, Cambridge University Press.
  • 2017, editor, Constitutional Acceleration within the European Union and Beyond, Routledge Research in Constitutional Law, London/New York, Routledge.
  • 2017, ‘Constitutional Paradigms: The Italian 1948 Constitution between Conservation and Reform’, in: P. Blokker (ed.), Constitutional Acceleration within the European Union and Beyond, Routledge Research in Constitutional Law, Routledge.
  • 2017, ‘The Romanian Constitution and Civic Engagement‘, in: Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law (ICL Journal).ConsAcc9781138211070
  • 2017, ‘The Grande Riforma of the Italian Constitution: Majoritarian versus Participatory Democracy?’, in: Contemporary Italian Politics.
  • 2017, ‘The Imaginary Constitution of Constitutions‘, in: Social Imaginaries, 3:1.
  • 2016, ‘Constitutional reform in Europe and recourse to the people’, in: Jorg Gerkrath
    and Xenophon Contiades (eds), Participatory Constitutional Change: The people as amenders of the Constitution, Ashgate.
  • 2016 ‘A Political-Sociological Analysis of Constitutional Pluralism in Europe’, in: Jiri Priban (ed.), Self-Constitution of Europe: Symbols, Politics and Law, Routledge.
  • 2016, chapter ‘EU Democratic Oversight and Domestic Deviation from the Rule of
    Law: Sociological Reflections
    ‘, in: C. Closa and D. Kochenov (eds), Reinforcing the Rule of Law Oversight in the European Union, Cambridge University Press.
  • 2016, ‘EU enlargement, geopolitics, and new constitutionalism’, in: Storia del pensiero politico, 1/2016 (Il Mulino), pp. 115-130.
  • 2016, with S. Adams, N. Doyle, and J. Krummel, ‘Editorial‘, in: Social Imaginaries, 2:1.

Monographs, edited works

  • 2013, New Democracies in Crisis? A Comparative Constitutional Study of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, Series: Routledge Advances in European Politics, London/New York: Routledge (August 2013) .

Dual review with author’s response in: I-CONnect, Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law and ConstitutionMaking.org, available at: http://www.iconnectblog.com/2013/09/book-reviewresponse-paul-blokker-jiri-priban-and-bogusia-puchalska-on-civic-constitutionalism/.

  • 2010, Multiple Democracies in Europe. Political Culture in New Member States, Series: Democratization Studies, London:

Reviewed in: Political Studies Review, 10/1, 2012. Paperback edition appeared in September, 2012.

Edited Works

  • 2017, edited volume Constitutional Sociology, co-edited with Chris Thornhill (contributors: Kim Lane Scheppele, Gunther Teubner, Hauke Brunkhorst, Heinz Klug, Sabine Frerichs, Hans Vorlaender, Heinz Klug, Chris Thornhill, Paul Blokker) (contracted with Cambridge University Press).
  • 2017, editor, Constitutional Acceleration within the European Union and Beyond, Routledge Research in Constitutional Law, London/New York, Routledge.
  • 2015, with Werner Reutter, ‘Sub-national constitutional politics: contesting or complementing, replicating or innovating, traditional constitutionalism?‘, in: special issue (edited by Paul Blokker and Werner Reutter), Perspectives on federalism, 7:1
  • 2011, guest editor of special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 14(3), (SSCI-ranked journal).
  • 2011, guest editor with Robert Brier, special issue on ‘Democracy after 1989: Re-examining the History, Impact, and Legacy of Dissidence’, in: East European Politics and Societies, (SSCI-ranked journal).
  • 2009, guest editor of special issue on ‘1989 and Social Theory’, European Journal of Social Theory, 12(3).
  • 2009, with Bruno Dallago (eds), Regional Diversity and Local Development in the New Member States, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2008, with Bruno Dallago (eds), Youth Entrepreneurship and Local Development in Central and Eastern Europe, Ashgate.
  • 2005, guest editor, with Christian Joerges, ‘Confronting Memories: European “Bitter Experiences” and the Constitutionalisation Process’, Special Issue, German Law Journal, 6(2).

Refereed Articles

  • 2014, ‘The European Crisis and a Political Critique of Capitalism’, special issue “Europe in Crisis”, European Journal of Social Theory, 17(3).
  • 2014, ‘Boltanski and Democratic Theory: Fragility and Critique as Democracy’s Essence’, special issue on Luc Boltanski, Thesis Eleven, 124(1).
  • 2013, ‘Constitution-making in Romania: From Reiterative Crises to Constitutional Moment?’, in: Romanian Journal of Comparative Law, 2012/2.
  • 2013, ‘Constitutions and democracy in post-national times: a political-sociological approach’, Irish Journal of Sociology, special issue on ‘Engaging the Cosmopolitan: Contemporary Approaches’ (incl. contributions by James Bohman, Pat O’Mahony, Piet Strydom, Lydia Morris, Marina Calloni), vol 20(2).
  • 2013, ’A Political Sociology of European ‘Anti-Politics’ and Dissent’, in: Rivista sulla Trasformazioni Sociali, II/4.
  • 2012, ‘Dilemmas of Democratization. From Legal Revolutions to Democratic Constitutionalism? ‘, Special Issue in honour of the centennial anniversary of Raoul Wallenberg, in: The Nordic Journal of International Law, 81:4, (on invitation).
  • 2012, ‘Constitutional politics, constitutional texts, and democratic variety in Central and Eastern Europe’, in: Journal of Constitutional Law in Eastern and Central Europe, 19:2, pp. 189-240.
  • 2012, ‘The Constitutional Premises of Subnational Self-Government in New Democracies’, in: Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 3:1, pp. 35-57.
  • 2011, ‘Introduction. Pragmatic Sociology: Theoretical Evolvement and Empirical Application’, in: special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, European Journal of Social Theory (SSCI-ranked journal), vol. 14(3).
  • 2011, with Andrea Brighenti, ‘Politics Between Justification and Defiance’, special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 14(3).
  • 2011, with Andrea Brighenti, ‘An Interview with Laurent Thévenot: Justification, Critique, Engagement, and Power’, special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 14(3).
  • 2011, with Robert Brier, ‘Democracy after 1989: Reexamining the History, Impact, and the Legacy of Dissidence’, in: East European Politics and Societies (SSCI-ranked journal), vol 25:2.
  • 2011, article ‘Dissidence, Republicanism, and Democratic Change’, in: East European Politics and Societies, vol 25:2.
  • 2011, with G. Delanty, ‘An Interview with Johann Arnason: Critical Theory, Modernity, Civilizations and Democracy’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, Vol. 14(1).
  • 2010, ‘Confrontations with Modernity: Openness and Closure in the Other Europe’, in: Eurozine Online, http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2010-06-15-blokker-en.html.
  • 2009, Сталкиваясь с модернизацией: открытость и закрытость другой Европы (‘Confrontations with Modernity: Openness and Closure in the Other Europe’), in: Новое литературное обозрение/New Literary Observer, nr. 100.
  • 2009, ‘Democracy Through the Lens of 1989: Liberal Triumph or Radical Turn?’, in: International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society.
  • 2009, ‘Introduction. 1989, Democracy, and Social Theory: A Return to Normality?’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, 12(3).
  • 2008, ‘Rights, Identities, and Democracy in a Post-Enlargement European Union’, in: Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 9(3), pp. 357-374.
  • 2008, ‘Multiple Democracies: Political Culture and Democratic Variety in Post-Enlargement Europe’, in: Contemporary Politics, 14(2).
  • 2008, ‘The “unity in diversity” of enlarged Europe: from Central Europe to Post-nationality’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, 11 (2).
  • 2007, ‘Democracy in the New Member States: Between Equality and Diversity’, in: International Issues & Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, vol. 16(4), pp. 53-67.
  • 2005, ‘Post-Communist Modernization, Transition Studies, and Diversity in Europe’, European Journal of Social Theory, 8(4): 503–525.
  • 2005, ‘Populist Nationalism, Anti-Europeanism, Post-Nationalism, and the East-West Distinction’, in: ‘Confronting Memories: European “Bitter Experiences” and the Constitutionalisation Process’, Special Issue, co-edited with Christian Joerges, German Law Journal, 6(2).
  • 2004, ‘Ideas, Culture, and History in Transition Studies’, Review Essay, in: Czech Sociological Review, vol. 40, no. 6. (SSCI-ranked journal).

Chapters in edited books

  • 2015, ‘The (Re-)Emergence of Constitutionalism in East-Central Europe’, in: P. Wciślik  & M. Kopecek (eds), Thinking through Transition. Liberal Democracy, Authoritarian Pasts, and Intellectual History in East Central Europe After 1989, Budapest/New York: CEUPress.
  • 2015, chapter, ‘The European Crisis and Constitutional Claims from Below’, H.J. Trenz, V. Guiraudan, and C. Ruzza (eds.), Europe in Crisis: The unmaking of Political Union, Series in European Political Sociology, Palgrave-MacMillan.
  • 2015, with Krisztina Kovacs, ‘Hungarian Citizenship and Franchise Politics and their Effects on the Hungarian-Romanian Relations’, in: E. Baseska and D. Kochenov (eds), The Principle of Good Neighbourly Relations in Europe: Theory and Practice, Martinus Nijhoff.
  • 2015, chapter ‘The European Crisis as a Crisis of Democratic Capitalism’, in: B. Dallago and J. McGowan (eds), Economic and Political Crises in Europe and the United States: Prospects for Policy Cooperation, Routledge.
  • 2014, with Baldvin Thor Bergsson, chapter ‘The Constitutional Experiment in Iceland’, in: Kalman Pocza (ed.), Verfassunggebung in konsolidierten Demokratien: Neubeginn oder Verfall eines Systems?, Nomos Verlag.
  • 2014, book chapter, ‘The Political in the Pragmatic Sociology of Critique: Reading Boltanski with Lefort and Castoriadis’, in: S. Susen and B. Turner (eds), edited volume on the work of Luc Boltanski, Anthem Press.
  • 2013, ‘The Ruins of a Myth or a Myth in Ruins? Freedom and Cohabitation in Central Europe’, in: D. Gafijczuk & D. Sayer (eds), The Inhabited Ruins of Central Europe: Re-Imagining Space, History and Memory, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2013, ‘Multiple Democracies and European Integration’, in: Jörg Zägel (ed.), Euroculture, a challenge for interdisciplinary research, Göttingen University Press.
  • 2011, chapter ‘Modern Constitutionalism and the Challenges of Complex Pluralism’, in: G. Delanty and S. Turner (eds), The International Handbook of Contemporary Social and Political Theory, Routledge.
  • 2010, chapter ‘Democratic Ethics, Constitutional Dimensions, and Constitutionalisms’, in: A. Febbrajo & W. Sadurski (eds.), East-Central Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics, Ashgate.
  • 2009, with Gerard Delanty, ‘Post-Western Europe, Complex Cultural Diversity, and European Identity’, in: Christopher S. Browning & Marko Lehti (eds), The Struggle for the West: A Divided/Contested Legacy, Routledge.
  • 2009, ‘Romania at the Intersection of Different Europes: Implications of a Pluri-Civilizational Encounter’, in: Johann Arnason and Natalie Doyle (eds), Domains and Divisions of European History, Liverpool University Press.
  • 2009, with Bruno Dallago, ‘Regional Diversity and Local Development in the New Member States’, in: Paul Blokker and Bruno Dallago, Regional Diversity and Local Development in the New Member States, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2008, with Bruno Dallago, ‘Economic Transformation and the Challenge of Youth Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe’, in: Paul Blokker and Bruno Dallago (eds), Youth Entrepreneurship and Local Development in Central and Eastern Europe, Ashgate.
  • 2004, ‘Romania’, in: K. Cordell and S. Wolff (eds), Ethnopolitical Encyclopaedia of Europe, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2002, ‘Continuity in change: social consequences of economic reform in Romania’, in: A.E. Fernández Jilberto and M. Riethof (eds), Labour Relations in Development, London: Routledge.
  • 2002, ‘Romania’s first experience with modernity: the liberal attempt and its adversaries’, in: K. Treptow (ed.), Romania: a crossroads of Europe, Iasi: The Center for Romanian Studies, pp. 95-122.
  • 2000, ‘The external modernization of Romania. The socio-economic consequences of transformation’, in: S. Blackwell et al. (eds.), (In)tolerance and (co)operation in Europe and the Euroatlantic area, Bucharest: Civil Education Project, pp. 76-96.

Working Papers

  • 2010, ‘Modern Constitutionalism and Constitutional Anomie in the New EU Member States’, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale, Università di Trento.
  • 2008, ‘The Impact of 1989 on Theoretical Perceptions of Democracy’, Working Paper 21/2008, Working Paper Series of the Research Network 1989, available at: http://www.cee-socialscience.net/1989/papers/Blokker_Democracy1989_WP21.pdf.
  • 2008, ‘Constitutional Politics, Constitutional Texts, and Democratic Variety in Central and Eastern Europe‘, Working Paper 105 (3 referees), Sussex European Institute, University of Sussex.
  • 2007, ‘Cultural Diversity and Democracy in Post-Enlargement Europe’, Working Paper, EWC/2007/03, Europe in the World Centre, University of Liverpool.
  • 2006, ‘L’ordine europeo post-allargamento. Europa “unita nella diversità?” ‘, in: Giovani Sociologi Italiani 2006, Associazione di Sociologia Italiana (AIS), at scriptaweb.it.
  • 2006, ‘The Post-Enlargement European Order: Europe “United in Diversity”?, European Diversity and Autonomy Papers – EDAP, 2006/1, at eurac.edu/edap (peer reviewed).
  • 2006, ‘Intraprendere a Est? Difficile se si è giovani’/’Doing business in the East? Difficult for the young’, with Bruno Dallago, in: EAST: Europe and Asia Strategies, 9, www.eastonline.it/, pp. 34-41.
  • 2003, ‘Romanian liberalism and its discontents’, Working Paper, SPS 2003/02, Florence: European University Institute.

Book reviews

  • 2015, ‘Review of: German Europe by Ulrich Beck and The crisis of the European Union: A response by Jürgen Habermas’, in: European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology, 2:2.
  • 2009, book review of: James Dingley (2008), ‘Nationalism, Social Theory and Durkheim’, Palgrave MacMillan, in: The British Journal of Sociology, 2009, Volume 60, Issue 2, pp. 423-24.
  • 2007, book review of: Gerard Delanty and Chris Rumford (2005), ‘Rethinking Europe. Social Theory and the implications of Europeanization’, London: Routledge, in: International Sociology. Review of Books.
  • 2005, book review of: Michael D. Kennedy (2002), Cultural formations of postcommunism: emancipation, transition, nation, and war, in: Czech Sociological Review, vol. 41, no. 3, pp. 515-519.

Various other publications

  • December 2013, ‘Systemic infringement action: an effective solution or rather part of the problem?’, Comment on Kim Lane Scheppele, Verfassungsblog, available at: http://www.verfassungsblog.de/en/systemic-infringement-action-an-effective-solution-or-rather-part-of-the-problem/#.Uql8t_RDtgg.
  • 2013, ‘Commons, constitutions and critique‘, in: Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, December 2013, (open access journal listed on http://www.doaj.org/).
  • Paul Blokker, Jiri Priban and Bogusia Puchalska, Book Reviews/Response, ‘New Democracies in Crisis? A Comparative Constitutional Study of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia’, Int’l J. Const. L. Blog, 12 September, 2013, available at: http://www.iconnectblog.com.
  • October 2012, ‘Citizens’ constitution difficult to ignore with Icelandic referendum results’, available at: http://blokkerpaul.wordpress.com.
  • September 2012, ‘Romanian Constitutionalism: Form without Content?’, available at: http://blokkerpaul.wordpress.com.
  • January 2012, ‘Grassroots Constitutional Politics in Iceland’, available at: http://blokkerpaul.wordpress.com.
  • 2010, ‘Utopian Politics or the Politics of Uncertainty? ‘, in: Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, ‘Crisis, Utopia, Etopia’, no. 17, September 2010, at http://www.losquaderno.net (open access journal listed on http://www.doaj.org/).
  • 2008, ‘Democracy and Government’, special issue of Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, no. 9, September, edited by Paul Blokker, Andrea Brighenti, and Peter Schaefer, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2008, ‘The Democratic Turn: Democracy Between Closure and Indeterminacy’, in: Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, no. 9, September, edited by Paul Blokker, Andrea Brighenti, and Peter Schaefer, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2007, ‘Europe: political and cultural insights into a weird creature’, special issue of Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, no. 4, June, edited by Paul Blokker and Andrea Brighenti, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2007, ‘Europe between Efficiency and Solidarity’, in: Lo Squaderno. Revista di discussione culturale, no. 4, June, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2004, ‘Una Costituzione per Europa: fatti e prospettive’, Webzine Agenzia Nazionale Socrates Italia, interview with Elena Maddalena (in Italian), http://www.bdp.it/socrates/content/index.php?action=read_rivista&id=5435.

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