Kevin Hile is an author and editor who has contributed to books on a wide range of subjects. His articles have been included in titles such as "Animal Rights," "Cesar Chavez"," Dams and Levees"," "and" The Trial of Juveniles as Adults".""""He lives in Mason, Michigan.
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