Denison University presents What we Think: Young Voters Speak Out by Rob Grabow and Dean Robbins:
In this timely and provocative anthology of essays, poems and photographs, American college students who represent 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, collective work was developed by two undergraduates eager to provide a "voice" for the 34 million Americans who fall between the ages of 18-24. They help dispel the commonly held view that this young generation of Americans is apathetic and affirm that their peers are indeed independent thinking adults.