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talk shows, radio talk show host, political and economic analyst, teachers, college professors, fellow world travelers, family, friends, tweets, IMs, blogs, facebook All of these are produced by people with different opinions and all have some sort of bias about what they’re telling, or not telling Important to recognize these biases when reporters are reporting on news events, when politicians are debating on solutions to societal problems, or when anybody expresses personal beliefs that are interpreting a situation Need to understand where they’re coming from Two major trains of thought Liberal Left Leftist political group in Columbia Liberate- to free everyone from tradition from current perspectives and new knowledge to change the old ways Free economic and political power for everyone to share Change things based on new perspectives, realities, information, technologies Incorporate new knowledge, science, sociology, psychology, biology,
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technology World is so much different Embrace change Rights and liberties of the individual above all else Pro- individual , life, choice, equality, equal rights and pay, universal suffrage, public education, welfare, unemployment insurance, labor Anti- big business, big government, establishment, the man, corporate Strong central government to give equality (economically and politically) Associated with the poor, minorities, oppressed, actors, artists, peacemongers Women are equals, should be priests Governments should be involved in the businesses, have way too much power high taxes, unsafe working conditions Can tweak the Constitution No invasion of privacy Yes gay marriage Conservative Right Right wing nuts saying the president is a commie Like to conserve- keep the same political power, economic power, tradition old school, old ways Maintain traditions of the good old days and live in the past Look to historical and ancient text for guidance
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  • Fall '08
  • Liberalism, French Revolution, Right-wing politics, Left-wing politics, Political spectrum, strong central government

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