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How can we create a politically balanced atmosphere?

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Submitted by F. Dwight Leupp Jr. (United States), Nov 12, 2002 at 16:56

Daniel,
In your article mentioned above, you mention outsiders taking steps to create a politically balanced atmosphere. I have children about to enter the college scene.

How can I take those steps?

Would you write a proactive piece on "how to?" I worry about my ignorance on the subject and I want to know how to head in the direction of "taking our country back."

Thank you, sir, for a terrific and thought-provoking piece.

-Dwight
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