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Unformatted text preview: shortcomingsrelatively ineffective How do you create a policy that will be the most effective? o Redistribution policies o De juro vs. de facto policies Informal associations with the Other may affect the way people treat others Affect policies? Conservative right wing supreme court justices have a narrow interpretation; because of a persistent nagging of this perception Crack cocaine vs. powder cocaine for people from different areas/races o Jail or not? Public attitudes affect policies Dismantling affirmative action-Time Limits are they enough?-Political action o Who do you mobilize? Who should your coalition be? o Politics needed to provoke and promote change....
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