Paul Loeb’s Campus Takeover

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    Campus Election Engagement Project, “About CEEP,”

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    Paul Loeb, Generation at the Crossroads: Apathy and Action on the American Campus (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1994), 285.

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    Campus Election Engagement Project, “About CEEP,”

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    Paul Rogat Loeb, Soul of a Citizen, 2nd ed. (2003; New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2010), 40.

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    Ibid., 133, 292-3.298-9, 97.

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    Ibid., 97.

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    Peter Wood, “Penn Dean to Law Prof: We Favor Free Speech, But Not Yours,” August 15, 2017, National Association of Scholars,

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    Loeb, Soul of a Citizen, 144.

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    Ibid., 130.

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    Paul Rogat Loeb, “How Obama Could Create a Long-Term Democratic Majority,” Common Dreams, February 3, 2008,

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    Campus Election Engagement Project, “Partners and Allies,”

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    Loeb, Soul of a Citizen, 322; Paul Loeb, “From Occupy Wall Street to Occupy the Neighborhoods,” HuffPost, November 9, 2011,; Paul Rogat Loeb, “The Republican War on Reality,” Common Dreams, October 30, 2010,

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    Loeb, Soul of a Citizen, 48-9.

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    David Randall, Making Citizens: How American Universities Teach Civics, (New York: National Association of Scholars, 2017),

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Zunac, M. Paul Loeb’s Campus Takeover. Acad. Quest. 31, 331–338 (2018).

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