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POL SCI 10010-Section 1 .,ay 18, 1977
Introduction to Politics
Chaney


Answer the following question, drawing upon your own research, the
class lectures and class reading assignments -- remembering to in-
clude those which theorize about how power is shared in Americas


Compare and contrast two social movements or groups*attempting

to gain political power in the U.S., showing what were (are) the

goals of each; what were (are) their political resources how effec-

tively (or ineffectively) the resources were (are) used; whether

either group was (is) able to affect the political system and in

what ways, and finally, what the prognosis is for the groups to

attain their goals in the future (in the case of a non-contemporary

group, whether it attained its goals), and why.


*It is suggested that one of these groups be the one about
which you wrote your paper, and the other one of the groups we dis-
cussed in class; the Black Power movement; the American Indian
movements; the Women's movement.


GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK TO YOU ALL. BE SURE TO HAND IN YOUR FINAL

VERSION OF YOUR PAPER WITH YOUR EXAI,.









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