By studying the build-up and fallout of Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978), this article explores the cases for/against affirmative action, specifically in the context of public universities and their admissions processes.
An alternate version of An Intro to Effective Political Discussion intended to teach classmates how to approach political discussion and speak with dissenters.
Edited/Published by The Mount Observer
“From the development of the welfare state in America to the communist revolutions of the East and the fascist uprisings throughout Europe; nearly every inch of the globe witnessed an ideological revolution, each advancing the government’s role in a nation’s society and economy – for better or worse.”
The last century of rapid global development has led to perhaps the defining challenge of the 21st century; how interconnected can our global society become before human nature intervenes?