Undergraduate Colloquium on Political Science
Undergraduate Colloquium on Political Science POL SCI 179
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Date Created: 10/22/15
Helen grieco used to be in national organization for women common cause northern California organizer democracy now northern California coordinator Taught at law school in france st mary s cal Journalism Left him with healthy skepticism on how our system works 9 but then he decided to get into game Used to study philosophy existentialism 9 went to prague wanted to go to kafka s grave Common cause started by republicans 40 years ago nonpartisan said citizens need to lobby Motto holding power accountable Democracy now one of driving forces publicly financed campaigns you need 1500 100 donors and then you would be publicly financed and get 15 million 9 biggest complaint from politicians will be how they need to raise gross amount of money in order to compete Fundamental problem have to raise a lot of money to get there 9 beholden to those who donated to them 9 then all ofa sudden you see they take a special interest in regulationderegulation of something Prop 11 passed in 2008 independent commission draws lines
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