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Why is that?
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- Michael Thompson Clinical psychologist and co-author of "Raising Cain"
- Amy Dellinger Page Professor of sociology and department chair, Appalachian State University
- James Hasson Third-year law student at the University of Virginia School of Law; former Army captain and Afghanistan veteran
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