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    like 9/11, people reacted quickly and tried to find the fastest solution; the same has happened in California. Works Cited Sanchez, Rene. “Voters put their faith in actor.” The Washington Post. 8 Oct. 2003 Werner, Erica. “Calif. Ousts Gov. Davis, elects actor/” The Denver Post. Canellos, Peter S. “Politicians claim Schwarzenegger’s win as their own.” The Denver Post. 9 Oct. 2003 Carman, Diane. “Gropers seek to grab power from women.” The Denver Post. 8 Oct. 2003 Coleman, Jennifer

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    on his hands. California is currently experiencing a crisis in its budget and economy as well as an energy problem. These issues and others were the reason Republicans pushed for a vote to have an election to possibly recall the former governor Gray Davis. Many factors contributed to the way Californians voted. Some of these factors were the media, name recognition, the other candidates, the local situation, the national situation, and much more. In this paper I will attempt to answer why and

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    California Love

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    California is undergoing civic pandemonium disguised in political rhetoric as a “recall.” We are witnessing one of the biggest travesties in the modern era and poor Gray Davis is clearly the victim. Given the circumstances when he took office, Davis has done a pretty damn good job with the mess he inherited from former Governor Pete Wilson. Davis is surrounded by malevolent bureaucrats on a day-to-day basis, as is true for most politicians, and when one has to work with these bad guys, bad things tend to

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    and impose a right-wing agenda rejected by the voters less than a year before. The SEP ran its own candidate in the recall campaign, John Christopher Burton, to present a socialist alternative for working people. The SEP campaign warned that whether Davis or Schwarzenegger prevailed, the working class would face drastic attacks on jobs, living standards and public services. This warning is now being confirmed in the actions of both big business parties.

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    Comparing Arnold Schwarzenegger and Adolf Hitler "To ‘learn’ history means to seek and find the forces which are the causes leading to those effects which we subsequently perceive as historical events.” – Adolf Hitler Growing up poor in a small town in Austria he had dreams of becoming famous; some would even say this dream soon became an obsession. This fascination soon engulfed his life, viewing his goals as a catalyst for a better life. After a brief stint in the army he pursued this dream

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    Politics as Media Spectacle - Arnold Schwarzenegger as Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger’s California recall election gubernatorial victory demonstrates the increasing collapse of the boundaries between entertainment and politics in an era of media spectacle. Over the past decades, major struggles around politics, race, gender, and sexuality have played out in the media. In the 1990s, the O.J. Simpson trial, the Clinton sex scandals, and the proliferation of tabloid

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    1. Considering my mother’s family was always residents of the state of California, my father’s side was the only part of my family to migrate to the state, although not from a different country. This began when my father Anthony Velasco traveled from Chicago, Illinois, with my grandparents and his siblings. My father came from a family of 8 children, so my grandparents lived a very frugal lifestyle. They had exactly what they needed to get by, but struggled at times to make ends meet. Living expenses

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    Paparazzi

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    Paparazzi "You live by the sword, you die by the sword. It's a quaint old expression, bringing with it images of grand wars and epic battles, of knights and horses, of royalty and the defense of kingdoms. It's achingly apt, today, with the news of the death of Princess Diana, who, apparently, was in another epic flight from her chosen enemy: the press. Practically before her ex-husband could be awakened to the phone call he must have dreaded --- even before her two adolescent sons could

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    Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger proposed a budget which included a $2.9 billion fund increase for schools. However Schwarzenegger broke his promise and took the $2 billion from Education funds just to help him avoid raising taxes. ¡§The initial proposal provided more money for public schools than the previous year, the governor said. But the education community maintains the governor promised public schools some $2 billion more.¡¨# Schools are already having a hard time with money and with Governor

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    Semiotics and Instructional Technology

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    variety of sign that bears a resemblance to its object; a diagram, for example, is an icon of that which the diagram represents (Pollock, 1995, p. 1). In Bourland-Davis’ article, she draws from Johnson and Hackman to discuss semiotics as a form of symbolic communication (Bourland-Davis, 1998, p. 2). In Bourland-Davis’ article (Bourland-Davis, p. 2), Johnson and Hackman state that ‘human (symbolic) communication … generates new and relevant combinations of associations of existing elements (materials

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