Surreal Politics: How Anxiety About Race, Gender and Inequality is Shaping the 2016 Presidential Campaign - UCTV - University of California Television
Surreal Politics: How Anxiety About Race, Gender and Inequality is Shaping the 2016 Presidential Campaign
Premiere Date: 10/24/2016; 56 minutes


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As the contentious 2016 election season heads into its final weeks, California Live speakers from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley delve into the impact of race, gender and income inequality on the campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Panelists are: Dean Henry E. Brady,  political science professor Sarah Anzia, social psychology professor Jack Glaser and civil rights attorney and Goldman School alum Jonathan Stein.  Moderated by Maria Echaveste, Policy and Program Director at Berkeley Law's Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy (#31452)

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