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Taking back the vote Taking back the vote :
Geographic Coverage
United States
LCC: HQ799.2.P6 E37 2004 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 305.235/0973 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2004004641
Table Of Contents
No longer spectators : the future is in their hands
Jennings Randolph's obsession : why one man worked for nearly thirty years to secure the right to vote for eighteen-year-olds
"An unexpected coming of age" : why so many young Americans voted in 1972, even when the outcome of the election was never in doubt
Knock the vote : why young people don't vote today, and why the political establishment wants it that way
The service gap : why so many young people think community service is more effective than voting; which is a shame, because it isn't
"Hating politics is cool" : why young people know so little about government, and why that matters
Virgin voters : what will it take to get young people engaged?.
Authorized Access Point
Eisner, Jane. Taking back the vote