What We Think: Young Voters Speak Out

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Dean Robbins, Rob Grabow
Book Publishers Network, 2004 - Political Science - 257 pages
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In this timely and provocative anthology of essays, poems and photographs, American college students, representing a wide geographical and political spectrum, speak out about politics and social issues. They provide insights into young voters' views and attitudes on a host of topics including: the war in Iraq, the morality of armed conflict, affirmative action and the draft, gender equality and the place of organized religion in the political arena. This original and ground-breaking collection of works was developed by two undergraduates eager to dispel the commonly held skeptical views about their own peers. They proclaim that this young American generation is far from apathetic--but independent thinking adults!

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Contents

Brittny Nielsen
7
Hailey Witt
14
Lance David Collins
21
Samantha Vinograd
31
Letisha Beachy
40
Peace
46
The Modern Parable
56
This is World War III
62
Socialism Promotes Sexually Transmitted
133
Arianna Levitus
170
Grant Yelverton
177
Matthew T Revan
183
Practicality Caroline Marie Solomon
189
An AfricanAmerican Step Show Alexandra Pajak
202
How Many Frenchmen Does it Take Max Buccini
216
Our Voice Kyla Schoessler
230

SOCIAL REFLECTIONS
69
America Is Under Attack
75
Citizenship Project
83
Rooms
85
A Katherine
98
College Democrats with Robin Orlowski
113
The Future Aaron Deakins
243
BIOGRAPHIES I
259
Jenica Mariani
264
Christopher Continanza
272
BIBLIOGRAPHY XIX
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