American Government Final Review

American Government Final Review - Wongs paradox Immigrants...

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Wong’s paradox Immigrants are among the least likely to participate, so how can we explain recent political demonstrations Domestic policy Some variations on conservative viewpoints o Libertarian – skeptical of any government intervention as a potential threat against individual liberty o New paternalists – use government assistance as a way to enforce certain standards of behavior Femball Who represents women? o Feminist and anti-feminist groups are both fighting to speak for women o Why do conservative women’s groups use their identity as women to further their organizational goals despite o Both organizations play femball Strategically use their gender identity to make political claims counter to the feminist movement Feminists arrived on the scene first and laid down the rules, now counter movements have to play by those rules even if it provides contradictions Women are individuals first Women should stay at home, not be political Foreign policy
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course GOV (01:220:30 taught by Professor Clancy during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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