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photo credits

p. 2 Hearing mechanics

By Zina Deretsky

P. 3 Senator Joe Biden Sen._Joe_Biden.jpg

by SEIU Walk a Day in My Shoes

p. 3 Chinese symbol for listening

p. 4 Navy class 029_Sailors_aboard_the_dock_landing_ship_USS_Harpers_Ferry_(LS D_49)_listen_attentively_to_Wayne_Guillory_give_an_American_Gov ernment_class_lecture.jpg

By U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Charles Thomas Green

p. 5 A public lecture at NAO Rozhen

by Daniel Chanliev

p. 6 Esther Brimmer Debate_at_HRC_emergency_session_on_Syria.jpg by United States Mission Geneva

p. 7 Dachau concentration camp lecture _Reconstructed_Barracks_-_Dachau_Concentration_Camp_Site_- _Dachau_-_Bavaria_-_Germany.jpg by Adam Jones, Ph.D.

p. 8 William Henry Harrison,_1835.jpg

by The White House Historical Association

p. 9 Clemson Tigers

by Jim Ferguson

p. 10 Audience members listen to Trevor Romain, 902-D-4894W-008.jpg

by Elaine Wilson

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