From politics and music to television, health and sports, what were the most important stories and trends of the year? Nine of our sharpest local observers weigh in on the one thing that shaped 2013. 

“There’s probably no city in the country now whose labor movement is as strong and effective as the LA labor movement,” says Raphael Sonenshein, Executive Director of the Pat Brown Institute at Cal State LA. “There’s always been a tradition in Los Angeles of voters rebelling against the establishment, whoever the establishment is.”

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  • paralegal said:

    Nice post, voting is a serious issue but with all the government antics lately, it can become a bit disheartening

  • donaldccargo said:

    Political studies are closely related with paralegal studies as both of which have direct relationship with the people and society. Paralegal schools especially Cestar college Toronto offers certified courses in legal assistant, clerks etc. so that students has an all new promising career opportunity making them a part of the society.

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