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"'Harry Potter' es una dictadura clasista, según una investigación. Publicado en el Diario Correo (Edición Digital), Lunes 17 de Abril de 2017." ("'Harry Potter' is a class dictatorship, according to an investigation. Published in the Correo newspaper (Digital Edition), Monday, April 17, 2017" - in Spanish) - POLIS - DEMOCRACIA, CONSTITUCIÓN, INTEGRACIÓN, UNIVERSIDAD, April 18, 2017.