The 70s - Bakke = symbol of how intrusive govt can be to...

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The 70s Where is this taking us? No hope for the future “me” generation “Southern strategy” o Nixon made a beginning to make it happen o Appeal to all conservatives in the South Scared of segregation And have other conservative values o Woo them into Republican party o Kevin Phillips – southern majority o Code for race “inner city” where crime lurks o Very successful o Nixon avoids “union controlled” construction project (aid the democratic party) o Liberal façade Jeffersons o Shift from integration to diversity “Everyday People” = about diversity in groups
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Unformatted text preview: Bakke = symbol of how intrusive govt can be to tilt the scales for someone else bussing = code word for race Punk rock = anit-govt and anarchy screw you recording industry! Family values start o Nixon playing on ppls social fears o The National Review magazine about public issues at national level o Clearly conservative o Made by Buckley o Opponent of ERA . . equal rights amendment Phyllis Schlafly o Opponent of ERA Shape public debate and public discourse >=( Make sense out of history...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 1377H taught by Professor Cook during the Summer '07 term at University of Houston.

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