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What we think : young voters speak out

Author: Dean Robbins; Rob Grabow
Publisher: Bothell, WA : Book Publishers Network, 2004.
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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  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
What we think.
Bothell, WA : Book Publishers Network, 2004
(OCoLC)607531039
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dean Robbins; Rob Grabow
ISBN: 0975540793 9780975540794
OCLC Number: 57190308
Description: iv, 257, xxix pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface / Dean Robbins --
Preface / Rob Grabow --
A call up / Brian Fanelli --
A war of uncertainty / Graham Cawthon --
A-day / Brittny Nielsen --
America is fighting the invisible man / Jason Walter --
Bush, religion, and Iraq / Hailey Witt --
Choking the red, white, and you / Bryan Steele --
Delusions of sovereignty / Lance David Collins --
George W. Bush / Scott Raven Tarazevits --
Is God on Bush's side / Lanni Lantto --
Issues of Palestinian identity / Samantha Vinograd --
It's selective service, not a draft, people / Aaron Deakins --
Metamorphosing hours in Ramallah / Eamon Aloyo --
Operation stand by / Letisha Beachy --
Patriot day / Takeo Rivera --
Peace / Jeannine Sikora --
Probing terrorism / Eamon Aloyo --
The bombing / Dheeraj Jagadev --
The immorality of conscription / Jonathan Rick --
The modern parable / Daniel Falkner --
The wall / Eamon Aloyo --
This is World War III / Eric Kohn --
Unilateralism, multinationalism, and the war ... / Geogory LaVoy --
Waiting / Brittny Nielsen --
Affirmative action and the university of ... / Jenica Mariani --
America is under attack / Galena Mosovich --
An American bond / John Teresi --
Before I sleep / Christopher Continanza --
Citizenship project / Patrick Sciacchitano --
Dear world leaders / Allison Ranac Richardson --
Fictitious image of race / Zachary Foster --
Good and evil / Jason Miller --
Heartbreak / Lianna Carrera --
Hey everybody / A. Katherine --
How to save the earth from imminent ... / Rebeca Bell.
Responsibility: compiled by Dean Robbins and Rob Grabow.

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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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