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McClatchy and the Centre Daily Times gathered more than 75 students from Penn State University and Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology last week to discuss their views of political and government. Students routinely said they had little trust -- or use for -- government or the political process. Here, 25 students also share how their views differ from their parents. Meta Viers McClatchy
McClatchy and the Centre Daily Times gathered more than 75 students from Penn State University and Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology last week to discuss their views of political and government. Students routinely said they had little trust -- or use for -- government or the political process. Here, 25 students also share how their views differ from their parents. Meta Viers McClatchy

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