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Bookmarks for Final Exam, Political Science 1/

Political Science Links, 5-21-2002,  Final Examination materials including 800 pages are under the heading below

SPRING, 2002, COURSE OUTLINE, revised 5-2-2002 for CHAPTER 14 MATERIALS (May 1 and May 2)

South Bay Political Calendar for out-of-class events

Study Guide for Institutions of U.S. Government 2000 (with answer link at top)

Gray Sceen #1, including "Practice Final Exams One and Two" for "C" in course

Barbara Feinberg, National Government, Los Angeles CITY Public Library (free library card for everyone in the world)

Barbara Feinberg, National Government, L. A. COUNTY Public Library (free library card for everyone in L. A. County)

Los Angeles Times search (requires password from off-campus)

Online Databases--click Los Angeles Times to search (requires password from off-campus)

Key Dates to Memorize(e)--the only dates needed for the course

Five Documents

Impeachment Questions and Answers

Beliefnet.com--see list of religions on the left margin

Religious leaders

Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder CD, SD, and AD "District Locator"

Tuesday, May 28 through Monday, June 3, Comprehensive Final Examination (100 Scantron questions to be answered on ONE SIDE of a sheet) emphasizing U.S. Constitution and history

Gray Sceen #1, including "Practice Final Exams One and Two" for "C" in course

Political Parties:  History (Page 807)

About the Constitution

About the Federalist

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democracy--Direct and Indirect Notes

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democracy By Petition--Proposition 36 Study Guide

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democratic and Non-Democratic Political Systems (Page 837)

Gitelson, Chapters 2 and 3: Notes on Documents in U.S. History (in order they were written)

Gitelson, Chapter 3: Notes on Federalism

Gitelson, Chapter 3: Notes on C.S.A., Emancipation and the Civil War Amendments

Barbara Feinberg, National Government, Los Angeles CITY Public Library (free library card for everyone in the world)

Barbara Feinberg, National Government, L. A. COUNTY Public Library (free library card for all in L. A. County)

Beliefnet.com--see list of religions on the left margin

Notes for Final Exam 2000

Fill-In Practice Test Z : Dates, Documents and People--see bottom of screen for answers

Key Dates to Memorize(e)--the only dates needed for the course

Three Branches Study Guide with Gitelson Pages

U.S. Presidents Study Guide with Gitelson Pages

Shank Cases 17, 18 Study Guide--Foreign Policy (5)

Affirmative Action--Proposition 209, Shank Case 4 Study Guide

Answers to Study Guides/gold (April 23, 2001)

Gitelson, Chapters 5, 6, and 7: Demographic Groups's Political Loyalties (Page 805)

Gitelson, Chapter 6: Major Political Parties and Minor/Third Parties (Page 806)

Gitelson, Chapter 6: Political Parties--History (Page 807)

Gitelson, Chapter 7:  Steps in Presidential Selection (Page 809)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups--Categories (Pages 810-811)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups--Outline (Page 812)

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Public Opinion and Political Participation /new version for Gitelson text (Page 813)

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Public Opinion, Socialization, and Political Participation /old version (Page 813)

Gitelson, Chapter 10:  Congress (Pages 814 and 815)

Gitelson, Chapters 10 and 13:  Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court (Page 819)

Gitelson, Chapter 13 and 4:  Courts, Judges and the Law, including Court Cases (Page 820)

Gitelson, Chapter 13 and 4:  Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, including Court Cases (Page 821)

Gitelson, Chapter 12: Federal Bureaucracy--V (Page 824)

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democratic and Non-Democratic Political Systems (Page 837)

Week of Monday, February 18: Gitelson Chapter 5, Public Opinion and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapters 5, 6, and 7: Demographic Groups's Political Loyalties (Page 805)

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Public Opinion and Political Participation /new version for Gitelson text (Page 813)

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Public Opinion, Socialization, and Political Participation /old version (Page 813)

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Cara's Lobbying and Public Opinion Study Guide

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Cara's Public Opinion Practice Test (Gitelson, Chapter 5)

Week of Monday, February 25: Gitelson Chapter 6, Political Parties and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapters 5, 6 and 7: Demographic Groups's Political Loyalties (Page 805)

Gitelson, Chapter 6: Political Parties Notes

Gitelson, Chapter 6: Major Political Parties and Minor/Third Parties (Page 806)

Gitelson, Chapter 6: Political Parties--History (Page 807)

Gitelson, Chapters 6 and 7: Third or Minor Parties Study Guide (8)

Jane Harman Study Guide, Sections F, G, H and K: "Political Parties" and "Origin of the Major Political Parties"

Steve Kuykendall Study Guide, Sections B1, B2, C1, C2: "Republicans, Democrats" and their parties' histories

Week of Monday, March 4: Gitelson Chapter 7, Elections and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Yellow Screen--Elections (Page 809)

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Elections Notes

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Cara's Practice Test

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Green's Notes on Presidential Conventions and Nominations

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Green's Notes on the Electoral College

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, Conventions, 2000, Alphabetically by State

Gitelson, Chapters 7 and 6: Third or Minor Parties Study Guide (8)

Gitelson, Chapters 7, 6 and 5: Demographic Groups's Political Loyalties (Page 805)

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Click for Online Practice Test (10 questions)

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Overview

Monday, March 11 through Tuesday, March 19: Gitelson Chapter 8, Interest Groups/Pressure Groups and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Cara's Study Guide (3)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups Notes

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups--Categories (Pages 810-811)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups--Outline (Page 812)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups (Pressure Groups) Study Guide

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups (Pressure Groups) Study Guide Answers

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Click for Online Practice Test (10 questions)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Overview

Jane Harman Study Guide, Sections I, J: "Interest Groups" and "Lobbying"

Wednesday, March 20 and Thursday, March 21: Shank, Cases 6-10 (for no higher than C in course) and/or Gitelson, Chapter 9 online (for A in course) Exams

SHANK AND DRACHMAN, CASES 6-10 STUDY GUIDE (3) FOR NO HIGHER THAN "C" IN THE COURSE

President Election - 2000, three candidates

President Election - 1996, three candidates

President Election - 1992, three candidates

President Election - 1980, two candidates at top of screen

President Election - 1912, three candidates

Gitelson, Chapter 9: Media and Politics Notes

Gitelson, Chapter 9: Media and Politics

Gitelson, Chapter 9: Media and Politics Study Guide

Gitelson, Chapter 9: Media and September 11, 2001

Gitelson, Chapters 5, 6, and 7: Demographic Groups's Political Loyalties (Page 805)

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Public Opinion and Political Participation /new version for Gitelson text (Page 813)

Gitelson, Chapter 5: Public Opinion, Socialization, and Political Participation /old version (Page 813)

Gitelson, Chapter 6: Major Political Parties and Minor/Third Parties (Page 806)

Gitelson, Chapter 6: Political Parties--History (Page 807)

Gitelson, Chapter 7: Yellow Screen--Elections (Page 809)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups--Categories (Pages 810-811)

Gitelson, Chapter 8: Interest Groups--Outline (Page 812)

Gitelson, Chapter 9: Media and Politics Study Guide

Week of Monday, April 1: Gitelson, Chapter 10, Congress and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 10 Gray Screen #2: Congress Examination Preparation

Gitelson, Chapter 10: Cara's Practice Test

Gitelson, Chapter 10: Which of these terms can you find in Gitelson, chap.10?

Wednesday, April 3, 11 a.m., Christina Chavez, Cesar Chavez's granddaughter speaks, L.A. 100

Week of Monday, April 8: Gitelson, Chapter 11, Presidency/Foreign Policy and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 11: Presidency, background--Three Branches Study Guide, esp. sections A through F and K

Gitelson, Chapter 11: Presidency, specific presidents, especially 1. Washington (F) 2. Adams (F) 3. Jefferson (D-R) 4. Jackson (D) 5. Lincoln (R) 6. T.R. (R) 7. F.D.R. (D) 8. L.B.J. (D) 9. Nixon (R) 10. Bush (R), father and son

Nixon: practice online quiz

1789 through 2000 Presidential Election results

2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RESULTS--SCROLL TO VIEW A SUPERB WEB SITE!

Week of Monday, April 15: Gitelson, Chapter 12, Bureaucracy/Foreign Policy & out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 12: Federal Bureaucracy--V (Page 824)

Gitelson, Chapter 12: Bureaucracy Practice Exam (J5)

Page 824 and Page 825, FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY

Wednesday, April 17, 1 p.m., San Pedro author Sandro Meallet speaks, Seahawk Center

Week of Monday, April 22: Gitelson, Chapter 13, Courts online exam and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 13 (and Chapter 4) Tan Screen: Courts, Judges and the Law

Gitelson, Chapter 13 (and Chapter 4) Types of Juries (DA)

COURTS STUDY GUIDE

Page 819, COURTS AND CONGRESS: NAMES AND NUMBERS/EXAM REVIEW

JUDICIAL BRANCH TRIANGLES STUDY GUIDE

Courts Glossary

Federal Courts

U.S. circuit courts of appeals: map

Federal Courts: Justices of the Supreme Court

California Courts

California Courts: Supreme Court: Justices

California Courts: Self-Help Center--very useful

 

Week of Monday, April 29 through Thursday, May 2: Gitelson, Chapter 4, Rights and Liberties online exam and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 4 (and Chapter 13) Tan Screen: Civil Liberties/Civil Rights/Courts

Gitelson, Chapter 4 (and Chapter 13) Types of Juries (DA)

COURTS STUDY GUIDE

Page 819, COURTS AND CONGRESS: NAMES AND NUMBERS/EXAM REVIEW

JUDICIAL BRANCH TRIANGLES STUDY GUIDE

Courts Glossary

Federal Courts

U.S. circuit courts of appeals: map

Federal Courts: Justices of the Supreme Court

California Courts

California Courts: Supreme Court: Justices

California Courts: Self-Help Center--very useful

Week of Monday, May 6: Gitelson, Chapter 15, Foreign Policy online exam and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapter 15: Blue Screen--Foreign Policy, see especially #1

Gitelson, Foreign Policy Glossary (7)

President's Foreign Policies (Wilson through Clinton)

Foreign policy notes from Gitelson (for teach-in)

Foreign policy notes with Gitelson pages and online sources (for teach-in)

Foreign policy notes with online sources, April 2, 2001

Gitelson, Chapter 15: Gitelson Foreign Policy Glossary (3)

fpglog15.htm

Shank Cases 17, 18 Study Guide--Foreign Policy (5)

Page 826, 827, 828 829, AMERICAN FOREIGN AND DEFENSE POLICY

Political Map of Afghanistan, Pakistan - Atlapedia Online

Maps of Central Asia (top), Australia area (center), Middle East (bottom) - CountryWatch.com

Foreign Policy of Selected Presidents of the United States (with photos)

Shank Case Studies 17 and 18, Foreign Policy Study Guide

NATO: The 19 NATO Member Countries

"Agora" -- Political Resources on the Net

"Altapedia" -- Political Map Index

Eastern European Map

Foreign Policy Glossary

Countries allied with the U.S. through defense treaties (scroll to three-column list)

Non-citizens owing permanent allegiance to the U.S. (scroll to items above three-column list)

U.S. legistlation in response to 1989 events in Tiananmen Square (scroll to items above three-column list)

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill.(photo of World War II meeting in USSR)

World War II Poster: "We Can Do it."

Monday, May 6, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, May 7, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Sunday, May 12, 6:00- 9:00 pm, UCLA film--Filipino martial law, 2534 Melnitz Hall (Melnitz Design Room) , $6 parking

Week of Monday, May 13: Gitelson, Chapter 2, Constitution online exam (25 multiple choice questions) + preparation for at least 60 out of 100 final exam questions and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapters 2 and 3: Gray Screen #1: Constitutional Study Materials

Gitelson, Chapters 2 and 3: Notes on Documents in U.S. History (in order they were written)

Fill-In Practice Test Z : Dates, Documents and People--see bottom of screen for answers

U.S. Presidents Study Guide with Gitelson pages

Washington Crossing the Delaware.

President Bush, January 20, 2001, Inauguration Speech

Beliefnet.com--see list of religions on the left margin

Three Branches Study Guide with Gitelson Pages

Impeachment Questions and Answers

Wednesday, May 15, 6:30 pm, Harbor City Neighborhood Council Meeting, Narbonne H.S., Multipurpose Room

Wednesday, May 15, 7:00-8:00 pm, author Tammie Bruce and others speak, Seahawk Quad

Thursday, May 16, 7:00 pm Wilmington Citizen's Committee (click Community Events, scroll to Harbor Area)

Friday, May 17- Sunday, May 19 AFL-CIO Labor Union Organizing Conference

Week of Monday, May 20: Gitelson, Chapter 3 (and 1), Federalism/direct democracy online exam (25 multiple choice questions) + preparation for at least 60 out of 100 final exam questions and out-of-class events

Gitelson, Chapters 3 and 2: Gray Screen #1: Constitutional Study Materials

Gitelson, Chapters 3 and 2: Notes on Documents in U.S. History (in order they were written)

Gitelson, Chapter 3: Notes on Federalism

Gitelson, Chapter 3: Notes on C.S.A., Emancipation and the Civil War Amendments

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democracy--Direct and Indirect Notes

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democracy By Petition--Proposition 36 Study Guide

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democratic and Non-Democratic Political Systems (Page 837)

Fill-In Practice Test Z : Dates, Documents and People--see bottom of screen for answers

U.S. Presidents Study Guide with Gitelson pages

Washington Crossing the Delaware.

President Bush, January 20, 2001, Inauguration Speech

Beliefnet.com--see list of religions on the left margin

Three Branches Study Guide with Gitelson Pages

Impeachment Questions and Answers

SHANK AND DRACHMAN, CASES 2-18 STUDY ITEMS FOR POSSIBLE "A" IN THE COURSE

Tuesday, May 28 through Monday, June 3, Comprehensive Final Examination (100 Scantron questions to be answered on ONE SIDE of a sheet) emphasizing U.S. Constitution and history

Gray Sceen #1, including "Practice Final Exams One and Two" for "C" in course

About the Constitution

About the Federalist

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democracy--Direct and Indirect Notes

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democracy By Petition--Proposition 36 Study Guide

Gitelson, Chapter 1: Democratic and Non-Democratic Politcal Systems (Page 837)

Gitelson, Chapters 2 and 3: Notes on Documents in U.S. History (in order they were written)

Gitelson, Chapter 3: Notes on Federalism

Gitelson, Chapter 3: Notes on C.S.A., Emancipation and the Civil War Amendments

Barbara Feinberg, National Government, Los Angeles CITY Public Library (free library card for everyone in the world)

Barbara Feinberg, National Government, L. A. COUNTY Public Library (free library card for all in L. A. County)

Beliefnet.com--see list of religions on the left margin

Notes for Final Exam 2000

Fill-In Practice Test Z : Dates, Documents and People--see bottom of screen for answers

Key Dates to Memorize(e)--the only dates needed for the course

Three Branches Study Guide with Gitelson Pages

U.S. Presidents Study Guide with Gitelson Pages

Shank Cases 17, 18 Study Guide--Foreign Policy (5)

Affirmative Action--Proposition 209, Shank Case 4 Study Guide

Answers to Study Guides/gold (April 23, 2001)

OTHER POLITICAL SCIENCE RESOURCES INCLUDING SELECTED "800" PAGES

Page 800, PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS AND EXAMPLES (4.1)

Page 808, PARTIES -- POSITIONS ON ISSUES (difficult to read)

U.S. Government Legislators from California

California State Elected Officials

Gold screen--Answers to Study Guides (April 23, 2001)

Maps in the News and War Against Terrorism Sources

National Review coverage of September 11 beyond

Foreign policy notes from Gitelson (for teach-in)

Foreign policy notes from online sources and Gitelson (for teach-in)

Beliefnet.com--see list of religions on the left margin

Religious leaders

Maps - Agora: Political Resources

Maps - Atlapedia: Select country for map

Maps - Sites Atlas: Select country for map

Maps - World Atlas: Select Country for map

Maps - Asia, Mideast, Europe, including 15 countries created from the former Soviet Union

Map - Afghanistan - Atlapedia Online

Map - Afghanistan Information

Map - Afghanistan, Pakistan - Atlapedia Online

Map - Afghanistan Political, Economic and Environmental Information and News!

Map - Central Asia

Map - Central Asia (Former Soviet Union)1999

Map - CIA -- The World Factbook -- Afghanistan

Map - East Europe

Map - Israel, Jordan, West Bank, Gaza Strip

Map - Middle East

Maps - Middle East to Afghanistan

Map - Persian Gulf - Gulf/2000 Project - Columbia University

Map - Provinces of Afghanistan (in gray--provinces not named on the map)

Map - Provinces of Afghanistan (in green--for names see # 1-30 in lower right corner)

Map (below tables) - Caspian Sea and Central Asia

American Arab Anti Discrimination Committee Statement on 9-12-01

American Arab Anti Discrimination Committee Bush Islamic Center Remarks on 9-17-01

American Arab Anti Discrimination Committee White House Meeting on 9-16-01

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

IslamiCity.com: Five Pillars

Interviewing Noam Chomsky

Edward Said

Howard Zinn

US State Department - Travel Warnings & Consular Information Sheets

Tolerance.org

Southern Poverty Law Center

Terrorism sites from Duncan, World Politics in the 21st Century

Afghanistan Is Like Nothing You've Ever Seen, Soviet Vets Say

David Halberstam, War in a Time of Peace: Book Reviews from Amazon.com

Spring 2002 Semester Calendar of Out-of-Class Events

Tuesday, February 5, 2002 8:00 pm, Cerritos, Libertarian Party Meeting

Wednesday, February 6, 2002, 7:30 pm, Long Beach, American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California Meeting

Wedneday, February 6,2002 7:30 pm, Long Beach, Sierra Club Meeting

Thursday, February 7, 2002, 6:30 pm, Long Beach, 55th Assembly District Town Hall Mtg. (information. 310-518-3324)

Tuesday, February 12, 2002 7:00 pm, Santa Monica, Young Republicans of Los Angeles County Meeting

Saturday, February 16, 2002, 7:00 am, Los Angeles, California Democratic Party State Convention, Bonaventure Hotel

Tuesday, March 5 , 8:00 p.m--midnight, CA Republican Party Election Night Celebration

Monday, March 11, 7:30 pm, Long Beach Green Party Meeting

Tuesday, March 19, 2002, 7:00 pm, Signal Hill, Mayor's Reception

Monday May 13, 7:00 pm, Long Beach Green Party Meeting 10932 Pine St., Los Alamitos

Monday, June 3, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, June 4, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Saturday, June 8, 2002, 1:00 pm, Los Angeles, Southern California Transit Advocates: Meetings

Sunday, June 16, 2002 Los Angeles, Juneteenth Celebration (call 213- 847- 1540 for information)

Sunday June 16, 2:00 pm, Harbor Green Party Meeting, 1220 S. Pacific Avenue, San Pedro

Sunday, June 17, 2002 Los Angeles, Juneteenth Celebration (call 213- 847- 1540 for information)

Monday, June 17, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, June 18, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Wednesday, June 19, 6:30 pm,Harbor City Neighborhood Council Meeting, Narbonne H.S., Multipurpose Room

Thursday, June 20, 2002, 7:00 pm Wilmington Citizen's Committee (click Community Events, scroll to Harbor Area)

Monday, July 1, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Monday, July 15, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Wednesday, July 17, 6:30 pm, Harbor City Neighborhood Council Meeting, Narbonne H.S., Multipurpose Room

Thursday, July 18, 2002, 7:00 pm Wilmington Citizen's Committee (click Community Events, scroll to Harbor Area)

Sunday July 21, 2:00 pm, Harbor Green Party Meeting, 1220 S. Pacific Avenue, San Pedro

Tuesday, Julyl 23, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Monday, August 5, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, August 13, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Thursday, August 15, 2002, 7:00 pm Wilmington Citizen's Committee (click Community Events, scroll to Harbor Area)

Sunday August 18, 2:00 pm, Harbor Green Party Meeting, 1220 S. Pacific Avenue, San Pedro

Monday, August 19, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Wednesday, August 21, 6:30 pm,Harbor City Neighborhood Council Meeting, Narbonne H.S., Multipurpose Room

Tuesday, August 27, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Monday, September 2, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, September 10, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Sunday September 15, 2:00 pm, Harbor Green Party Meeting, 1220 S. Pacific Avenue, San Pedro

Monday, September 16, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 pm, Harbor City Neighborhood Council Meeting, Narbonne H.S., Multipurpose Room

Thursday, September 19, 2002, 7:00 pm Wilmington Citizen's Committee (click Community Events, scroll to Harbor Area)

Tuesday, September 24, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Monday, October 7, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, October 8, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Wednesday, October 16, 6:30 pm, Harbor City Neighborhood Council Meeting, Narbonne H.S., Multipurpose Room

Sunday October 20, 2:00 pm, Harbor Green Party Meeting, 1220 S. Pacific Avenue, San Pedro

Monday, October 21, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, October 22, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Monday, November 4, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, November 12, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Sunday November 17, 2:00 pm, Harbor Green Party Meeting, 1220 S. Pacific Avenue, San Pedro

Monday, November 18, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Wednesday, November 20, 6:30 pm, Harbor City Neighborhood Council Meeting, Narbonne H.S., Multipurpose Rm.

Tuesday, November 26, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Monday, December 2, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Tuesday, December 12, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Monday, December 16, 7:00 pm Lomita City Council Meeting 24300 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita

Sunday December 22, 2:00 pm, Harbor Geen Party Meeting, 1220 S. Pacific Avenue, San Pedro

Tuesday, December 26, 7:00 pm, Torrance City Council Meeting, 3031 Torrance Blvd.

Shank Case Study 4, Affirmative Action Study Guide: Proposition 209--for Gitelson, ch. 4 (see section G for presidential slogans)

Gitelson, 5th edition, chapter overviews

Gitelson, 6th edition, practice tests

INSTITUTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT-- colors show branches

INSTITUTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT-- white shows federal level

Questions -- Institutions of U.S. Government 2000

Answers -- Institutions of the United States Government 2000

Flag Desecration Study Guide--for Gitelson, ch. 4

District Locator (in front of red stars type in ONLY one number and one street name, NOT the type of street)

Conversation, TTh 11:10 class: Libertarian Party (Kharshemme-King)

Student e-mail message to correct Biography.com error (B. Wilson)

California Insurance Commissioner Candidates Forum, LA Harbor College, January 17, 2002,

UCLA International Events Calendar

UCLA Latin American Events Calendar

Random Lengths News Calendar

Palos Verdes Peninsula Cities

South Bay Cities

Harbor College Calendar

Political Science Links

 

Final Exam Notes, Miscellaneous Items

Emancipation Proclamation

demographic groups and voting turnout (page 805 above)
religions (page 815 above)  
class action (page 820 above)

federal aid to state and local governments (Gitelson, pp. 67m, top; 68m, top; 72m, center and end; Ross, pp. 73-81)

Ralph Nader, Unsafe at Any Speed (Ross p. 23 and p.806, above)
Thoreau, Civil Disobedience (Ross, pp. 26-27)
Madison, "If men were angels, no government would be necessary" (Ross,p. 26)
Shays, Marbury, McCulloch, Dred Scott