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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus with Dan Schnur | Episode 40

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC-Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. This week Dan analyzes:

    1) Bipartisanship or Bust: Can Biden Cut a Covid Deal with Congress?
    2) The China Challenge: A New President Faces Old Challenges
    3) When Can We Get America’s Students Back in the Classroom?

    Join our weekly livestream every Tuesday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus with Dan Schnur | Episode 39

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC-Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. This week Dan analyzes:

    1. Now Comes the Hard Part: Biden Takes on Covid
    2. What Happens to the Trump Impeachment Now?
    3. America on the World Stage: Biden’s International Agenda

    Join our weekly livestream every Tuesday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
    And make sure to follow us on social:
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/laworldaffairs
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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus with Dan Schnur | Episode 37

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC-Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. This week Dan analyzes:

    1. Trump’s Final Days: What to Expect Before January 20
    2. Biden’s Priorities: the New President’s Challenges and Opportunities
    3. Where does the GOP go next?

    Join our weekly livestream every Tuesday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
    And make sure to follow us on social:
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/laworldaffairs
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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus with Dan Schnur | Episode 36

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC-Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. This week Dan analyzes:

    1. Capitol Under Attack: What Happened and Where Do We Go From Here
    2. Sweeping Change in Georgia: What a Democratic Majority Means Going Forward
    3. 2021: A New Year, a New President, Familiar and Unprecedented Challenges

    Join our weekly livestream every Thursday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
    And make sure to follow us on social:
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    307 Views
  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus with Dan Schnur: Special RBG Edition | Episode 24

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC-Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions.

    On this special Ruth Bader Ginsburg edition, Dan analyzes:
    1. How Will the Fight Over Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Successor Impact the Presidential Election?
    2. The Confirmation Process: When and How the Senate May Vote
    3. The Court’s Future: How Would a New Justice Vote on Key Issues?

    Join our weekly livestream every Thursday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
    And make sure to follow us on social:
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    283 Views
  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 20

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions.

    This episode dives into the 2020 GOP National Convention:
    1. The GOP Convention: Highlights from the first three nights
    2. What is the role of traditional conservatives in Trump’s Republican Party?
    3. Trump’s Acceptance Speech - What He Wants to Accomplish

    Join our weekly livestream every Thursday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
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    161 Views
  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 18 - Biden Chooses Harris, Postal Service Election...

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions.

    On this episode:
    1) The Postal Service Election: Voting During a Pandemic
    2) The Battle for the Post-Trump Republican Party
    3) Biden Makes His Pick: What Kamala Harris Means for the Presidential Campaign

    Join our weekly livestream every Thursday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
    And make sure to follow us on social:
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    269 Views
  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 13

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. On this episode:
    1. The Morning Headlines: The Supreme Court & the 2020 Election
    2. The Changing US Role in the Middle East: Annexation Update
    3. Whatever Happened to Police Reform?

    Join our weekly livestream every Thursday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
    And make sure to follow us on social:
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/lawacthevents
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lawacthevents
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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 1

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. On this episode:
    - The political consequences of the Trump administration opening the economy too early or too late
    - Whether Biden is consolidating support among the left + assessing his potential VP pick
    - How the coronavirus will impact campaigning and elections, now and in the future
    - What you should be reading to help contextualize our current political moment

    Join our weekly livestream every Thursday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

    Check out our upcoming livestreams at: https://www.lawac.org/
    And make sure to follow us on social:
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/lawacthevents
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lawacthevents
    - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lawacthevents
    273 Views
  • How Will the Coronavirus Change our Politics?

    Dan Schnur, LAWACTH Board Member and highly regarded Berkeley University and USC Professor of Public Policy, discusses the political landscape during the coronavirus pandemic.

    What will happpen to the 2020 Election? How are candidates navigating their campaigns amidst the COVID-19 public quarantine? He gives answers to all these topics and more, as well as taking questions from viewers in our digital Q&A.
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