Comment: Last fall, I passed some sort of civics-oriented class

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Last fall, I passed some sort of civics-oriented class

with the door opened and overheard the professor asking the students if they had watched the debate the previous night. What followed was a course of "It's boring". While it's true, many of the debates WERE extremely boring, the issues debated begin to be a lot less boring when people graduate from college and find out they actually owe a lot more to the government because of the lost purchasing power of the dollar. As a sophomore, I haven't come across one single college student that seems the least bit interested in politics, not one. It's unbelievable really.