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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Study Guide Twilight, A Jungian Collective Unconscious Summary & Analysis

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Paula Weinstein, a movie producer, and her husband Mark called a press conference at the Warner Brothers lot on the day the verdict came down. Her press release used the word "uprising" and objected to the verdict, and some entertainment industry people objected to it. She considered their objections a paternalistic response. The older, more established people wanted to say something about stopping the violence, but did not want to object to the verdict. She went ahead over their objections.

The Weinstein's house became a gathering place for about fourteen young people in their twenties who felt their houses were no longer safe. They came to the Weinstein's because of their political views. They had heard about the political thinking of the 1960s but had not had anywhere to direct their own political impulses until the press...

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