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August 6, 2007

"getting them involved"

Michael Hill wrote a profile of me in Sunday's Baltimore Sun. He gave me quite a lot of space to talk about my usual obsessions: public participation, civil society, youth, and so on. His biographical sketch probably makes my life seem more coherent and "purpose-driven" than it has actually been--but I guess I led him to that. Hill is an interesting reporter, in any case, who has written several previous pieces about the public's role in politics in which he quotes Matthew Crenson and Benjamin Ginsberg (authors of Downsizing Democracy), Harry Boyte, and others.

August 6, 2007 9:37 AM | category: none


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