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good story by lawrence.com. It is a little disappointing, though, to see that young people still adamantly support a president who had blatantly disregarded their futures (education, global politics, the economy, the environment). Experts in political science say that the partisanship of a person's family is the strongest indicator of how they will vote--not issues, not campaigns--and the fact that the KUCR are still going strong is the best support those experts could get. Politics aside, though, I give the students in this article a lot of credit for sticking to their convictions, no matter how much I (and hopefully most of the electorate) may disagree.
November 7, 2006 at 4 p.m.
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