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The terrorist attacks of 2002 and 2005 are the apex of a profound and deep-rooted crisis that has emerged through the period of Bali's modernization and its engagement with global tourism and the economy of pleasure. Bali's Silent Crisis records the challenges and horrors associated with transition, as well as the formidable beauty that remains intrinsic to the island's sense of cultural destiny.
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Jeffrey Jeff Lewis is an American screenwriter, best known for his work with Hill Street Blues. He earned 8 Emmy Award nominations as a writer and one win as well as 8 Writers Guild of America Award nominations, including 1 win as a writer, all for Hill Street Blues.
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