The Character of Postwar California

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Essay #: 060536
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The Character of Postwar California
The character of postwar California is representative of the lack of character of America in the postwar era. California is a representation of social issues that have festered in postwar America; California was just where much of the social issues came to a head specifically on the University of Berkeley campus. Issues discussed in this essay focus on the exploitation, impoverishment and marginalization of people in California. It is important to understand that by analyzing California and its social issues the complexity of social issues for America as a whole society are being examined.
California in the wake of World War II famous globally; California had the boldest penal welfare system since the...
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.....ole; the housing covenant is a expression of how the American Dream was created not for all man, but for white man.
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