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by Claire Hsieh Original post here. A stereotype that American citizens have associated with the United States Congress is its inability to productively pass any legislation and its inability to work with the United States President to come to any agreements. In his Farewell Address, George Washington famously spoke against political parties and its dangers, […]
The California Review is pleased to celebrate our 30th Anniversary with our readers and the broader University of California, San Diego community. Founded by E. Clasen Young, H.W. Crocker III, and Brandon Crocker in January 1982, our first issue was printed in late May, 1982. Since then, the California Review has proudly infuriated the UCSD […]
Back in 1982, The California Review interviewed Milton Friedman. The interview is a great piece for its time, and is still relevant to many issues of today.
Some highlights of the California Review Free Speech Protest (unfortunately, most of the footage was too noisy and only part of the protest was caught on camera)
Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief, with assistance from the California Review Editorial Board *** RACIAL CONFLICT SPREADS AS A NOOSE IS DISCOVERED IN GEISEL. (This photo was initially posted on someone’s Facebook. I was sent it by a contributor who felt it was too important to not post here. If you would like to be credited for […]
Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions by California Review Editorial Board On the evening of February 24, 2010, I attended the UCSD Associated Students Senate official meeting. While there, the Associated Students attempted to stifle the First Amendment rights of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press for me and other media organizations at the University […]