Opinion: American youth spurn newspapers at nation's risk

04/4/2006 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

In an opinion piece, Chicago attorney Thomas Geoghegan and Chicago Tribune Deputy Managing Editor James Warren note that far fewer Americans under the age of 30 are reading newspapers, which is linked to lower voter turnout. They suggest politicians and publishers should carefully work with schools to add four years of required high school courses in civics and American history, respectively.

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