“Nightcrawling” by Leila Mottley is a bestselling novel that explores the hardships of life in Oakland’s struggling streets.
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In his book “Fight”, John Della Volpe argues that Gen Z has not buckled under the weight of the events that shaped them.
Equal protection on its face means that everyone is treated equally but the U.S. Supreme Court has limited equal protection.
The governor has sympathies for changes in governance; he’s deeply familiar with democratic innovation. But will he actually take on democratic reform?
Between democracy and autocracy is an anocracy, defined by political scientists as a country that has elements of both forms of government.
This bank failure, the second largest in U.S. history, actually fits a very old pattern—of California and its industries putting the economies of the nation and the world at risk.
Everyone has limits to their goodness, Like those structures in her oil paintings, Cartoonishly stretched to contain something within.
California’s school reopening revealed education disparities, highlighting the need to rebuild trust and relationships for addressing these inequalities.
A talk with Jamila Michener, who studies both the politics of Medicaid and how political fights over Medicaid illustrate issues in federalism and democracy.
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