The so-called Founders did not allow for economic freedom. While political freedom is supposedly a cornerstone of the document, the distribution of wealth is not even mentioned. While many believed that the new Constitution gave them liberty, it instead fitted them with the shackles of hypocrisy. In recent years, theses written by U.
Email This story was written by Esther Breger, The Daily Princetonian Michelle Obama's thesis was released to the public by Princeton University Tuesday after several days of media scrutiny over its availability and content.
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Analysis of the thesis' content, in addition to its restricted availability, has featured prominently in blogs over the last few days. Written under Obama's maiden name of Michelle LaVaughn Robinson and titled "Princeton-Educated Blacks and the Black Community," the thesis has come under scrutiny as the presidential campaign has advanced for its analysis of race relations.
What's in the thesis?
Obama, who concentrated in sociology and received a certificate in African-American studies, examined how the attitudes of black alumni have changed over the course of their time at the University.
After surveying 89 black graduates, Obama concluded that attending the University as an undergraduate decreased the extent to which black alumni identified with the black community as a whole. Obama drew on her personal experiences as an example.
Obama studied the attitudes of black Princeton alumni to determine what effect their time at Princeton had on their identification with the black community.
Today, the student body is a lot more progressive and diverse. Before today, callers to Mudd requesting information on Obama's thesis were told that the thesis has been made "temporarily unavailable" and were directed to the University Office of Communications.
Following the thesis' release by the Obama campaign to politico. The University's actions were met with varying reactions by students. Many students felt that the contents of the work could become a factor in the election, but they were unsure to what extent it would affect the outcome.
Molly Alarcon '10, an Obama supporter, said she thought Michelle Obama's writing in college should not have any bearing on her husband's election, but her view was not shared by all students.During her third and final year at Harvard Law School, first lady Michelle Obama — then named Michelle Robinson — penned an article for the newsletter of Harvard’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA), arguing that Harvard and its students were perpetuating “racist and sexist stereotypes.
(The Obama campaign made a copy of Michelle’s thesis publicly available in February , and Princeton’s restriction on access to it was likewise lifted.). Michelle Obama's thesis was released to the public by Princeton University Tuesday after several days of media scrutiny over its availability and content.
The campaign of Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill. The oldest daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama moved into her Harvard University dormitory on Monday afternoon, one day before her fellow students began arriving with their parents. “Michelle always, everything she wrote, the things that she was involved in, the things that she thought about, were in effect reflections on race and gender,” said Charles Ogletree, a Harvard.
An email has been circulating that access to Michelle Obama’s senior thesis at Princeton University is restricted until November 5, — the day after the election.