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Politics on Campus

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Politics on Campus

Politics on Campus

Politics on Campus

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Historically, young people do not vote in large numbers, but that might be changing. There are indications that college students in particular will turn out in higher numbers come November, and both political parties are paying attention.

Guests:

Dan Glickman
*Former secretary of agriculture
*Director of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government
*The Institute last week issued its semi-annual survey on the political views of America's college students

Dwayne Robinson
*Junior at the University of Florida in Gainesville
*Political Teporter for The Independent Florida Alligator

John O'Neal
*Editor-in-chief of The Buchtelite at the University of Akron in Akron, Ohio