Juliet Williams

Professor, UCLA

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Professor in Department of Gender Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. Editor of the book; “Public Affairs: Politics in the Age of Sex Scandals." Former reporter for Associated Press.

Juliet Williams on KCRW

Senate confirmation looked like a done deal, but gender politics are disrupting the process.

Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination Meets #MeToo

Senate confirmation looked like a done deal, but gender politics are disrupting the process.

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The Obama Administration is dangling between $350 and $700 million  federal dollars  in front of California’s education establishment, but it’s at risk of being lost to politics in…

Race to the Top Is Mired in the Muck

The Obama Administration is dangling between $350 and $700 million federal dollars in front of California’s education establishment, but it’s at risk of being lost to politics in…

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From a spending program that approaches $100 billion, the Governor cut a $20 million program begun after the death of OJ Simpson's wife, Nicole Brown Simpson.

Domestic Violence Shelters Closing in Budget Crisis

From a spending program that approaches $100 billion, the Governor cut a $20 million program begun after the death of OJ Simpson's wife, Nicole Brown Simpson.

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