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From World War II until the 1960s, California invested in growth and welcomed newcomers. It boasted world-class infrastructure, the State Water Project and the Master Plan for Higher Education. But class and racial divisions then led to discriminatory politics. There were tax cuts, service reductions and a struggling economy. Now, the state is once again back in business. Social scientist Manuel Pastor sees a pattern that applies to the rest of the country. He and Warren discuss his new  book, “The State of Resistance.”

Photo courtesy of USC Dornsife.

State of Resistance

Manuel Pastor

Guests:
Manuel Pastor, University of Southern California, @Prof_MPastor

CREDITS

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Andrea Brody

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