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In-text: (Geller, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Geller, E., 2012. Corruption, Exploitation, and Decay: The Politics of Star Wars | StarWars.com. [online] starwars.com. Available at: <https://www.starwars.com/news/corruption-exploitation-and-decay-the-politics-of-star-wars>.
In-text: (Lancashire, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Lancashire, A., n.d. "Attack of the Clones" and The Politics of "Star Wars." The Dalhousie Review, pp.235-252.
In-text: (Lucas, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Lucas, G., 2021. George Lucas' Interview about Politics, Democracy, and DIctatorship.
In-text: (McDowell, 2016)
Your Bibliography: McDowell, J., 2016. Identity Politics in George Lucas' Star Wars.
In-text: (Tharoor, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Tharoor, I., 2017. The inescapable politics of ‘Star Wars’. The Washington Post, [online] Available at: <http://The inescapable politics of ‘Star Wars’> [Accessed 15 December 2017].
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