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ANSWER THE ESSAY QUESTIONS AND TO CITE from the (PRIMARY
Political Realignment: What drives voters?
Matthew Lassiter, “The Suburban Origins of ‘Color-Blind’ Conservatism,” Journal of
Urban History (May 2004). (BBlearn)
Desegregated, Yet Unequal (Watch in class)
Primary source selections:
Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom, 1962
All the President’s Men, 1976
Sermon by Jerry Falwell
Feb 20: NO CLASS
The Ethnic Revival: Haven’t we all suffered?
Matthew Frye Jacobson, “Introduction” and “Golden Door, Silver Screen,” Roots Too.
James Baldwin, “On Being White,” 1984.
Rocky (In Class)
Primary Source Selections
The Godfather, 1972
Alex Haley, Roots: The Saga of an American Family, 1976
Feb 27-Mar 3
Reagan vs. Carter: What is the role of the presidency?
• Bruce Schulman, “Jimmy Carter and the Crisis of Confidence,” The Seventies.
• Jimmy Carter’s “Crisis of Confidence” speech, 1979. Watch at:
“Phyllis Schlafly Readies her Victory Celebration,” Washington Star, 1976
Roberta Francis, “The History Behind the Equal Rights Amendment,” Equal Rights
NO CLASS FRIDAY FOR INTERVIEWS.
Primary Source Selections:
Saturday Night Fever, 1977.
Urban Cowboy, 1980.
Susan George, Food for Beginners, 1982.
Naomi Wolf, The Beauty Myth, 1990
The Ramones, “My Head is Hanging Upside Down,” (1985); Bruce
Springsteen, “Born in the USA,” (1984); Prince, “Sign o’ the Times,”
(1987); Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, “The Message,” (1982), (or
a selection of 3 to 4 protest songs of your choice).
The Crack Wars: How do we keep communities safe?
Ira Glasser and Loren Siegel, “‘When Constitutional Rights Seem Too Extravagant to
Endure’: The Crack Scare’s Impact on Civil Rights and Liberties,” in Crack in America:
Demon Drugs and Social Justice, 229-248. (BBlearn)
George L. Kelling and James Q. Wilson, “Broken Windows: The Police and
Neighborhood Safety,” Atlantic Monthly, March 1982.
John DiIulio, “The Coming of the Super-Predators,” Weekly Standard, Nov. 27, 1995.
Primary Source Selections:
David Simon and Ed Burns, The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City
Miami Vice, select 3 episodes
Biggie Smalls “10 Crack Commandments,” Dead Prez “Wolves,” Dead Prez
“Be Healthy,” NWA “Fuck the Police,” (or a selection of 3 to 4 classic rap
songs of your choice).
Week 10: SPRING BREAK
AIDS: What is the role of the government in a public health crisis?
• Randy Shilts, selection, And the Band Played On, 359-405. (e-reserves)
Eugene Harrington, “A Fatal Bias: AIDS and Minorities,” Human Rights 14, no. 3
(Summer 1987), 34-37, 52.
ACT UP posters. View at http://www.robertnewman.com/why-we-fight-aids-and-act-upposters-of-the-1980s-and-90s/
Edward Barnes and Anne Hollister, “The New Victims: AIDS Is An Epidemic That
May Change The Way America Lives,” Life Magazine, July 1985.
Ronald Reagan, Speech to American Foundation for AIDS Research, May 31, 1987.
Michael Fumento, “The Political Uses of an Epidemic,” The New Republic, Aug 8, 1988.
Larry Kramer, Reports from the Holocaust, 1989
Cleve Jones, Stitching a Revolution, 2001
Sean Strub, Body Counts, 2014
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