WGS_160_F_2011_4

WGS_160_F_2011_4 - Announcement: One seat in this class has...

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1 Announcement: One seat in this class has opened: If you are still trying to add, please see Jenne at the end of class.
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California and its Political System: Direct Democracy and its Challenges --2pac Shakur and Dr. Dre: “California Love” (1996)
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Quick Group Discussion: Groups 1-3: What sort of future does this video imagine for CA? In terms of race? Economics? Public resources? Law? Groups 4-7: What connections do you see between the points in Schrag’s introduction and the video? How does the video represent Schrag’s claims about CA’s impending future? Groups 8-10: In what ways does this video reflect the outcomes of CA’s progressive, direct democracy? Does the video represent direct democracy as a good thing, or not?
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California’s role in national politics: “Golden” example of progressivism and public services (1945-1980) Deciding factor in national elections (1 in 8 Americans) Litmus test for issues of immigration, taxes, infrastructure, education, and voting Indicator for the future of the nation (whites are a minority)
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