IN HONOR OF THE ORGANIZATION OF CARTOGRAPHERS FOR SOCIAL EQUALITY: Let's begin our West Wing Farewell Week by turning away from the characters and focusing instead on the politics and policy. Quite often, Sorkin's show was a wonk's dream, the first time a network show tried to take the workings of government seriously. (For real? Benson doesn't count.)
So whether your thing was the Peters Projection Map, the rules of presidential succession or Qumari politics, this thread is open for all discussion of the times that the show got the politics right and made wonky stuff interesting and cool . . . or for reminding everyone when the show got things wrong.