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Politics in Film
A look at US politics in two films, "Crisis" and "See How They Run."
# 139362 | 2,500 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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This paper considers the politics in two films, "Crisis" and "See How They Run." It further provides a synopsis of the two films, with some analysis along the way. Its overall aim is to get at the heart of the integration crisis that Kennedy faced with Wallace in Alabama. Additionally, it aims at exploring the mayoral race in San Francisco that was so utterly odd and entertaining.

From the Paper:

"In politics and in government, for every action there is a sometimes equal but most likely disproportionate and not always opposite reaction. Well, so much for making a general principle that explains politics in America. Certainly, it would be terribly difficult to come up with such a principle, since there is so much diversity in America, so many regional singularities. As a result, political environments are intricate and unique all across the country. Just take a look at Louisiana politics - a state where people allegedly munch on popcorn and candy while their politicians put on a circus of political antics and acrobatics. Perhaps this is more of fiction than fact. However, in examining the films Crisis..."

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