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

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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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