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The Obama Movement: How (And Why) Young People Fueled An Unlikely Campaign and Changed America Paperback – June 1, 2012

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"A deftly compiled and highly recommended addition [that examines] Obama's explosion of popularity with the youth of America." - Midwest Book Review

"Provides insight into why Barack Obama's campaign is about more than winning a campaign, and instead could build a progressive movement." - John K. Wilson, Author of Barack Obama: This Improbable Quest

"Senator Obama applauds the efforts of Joseph Vogel and the thousands of young people across the country who have joined this campaign to change this country." - Jen Psaki, Spokesperson for Obama for America

About the Author

JOSEPH VOGEL is the author of three books, including Free Speech 101, a 2007 Independent Publisher Book Award Winner. He was the founder and director of the national grassroots organization, Barack the Youth Vote, and an early volunteer for the Obama campaign. He writes for The Huffington Post.

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JOSEPH VOGEL is a literary scholar, popular music critic, cultural historian, and author of the critically-acclaimed book, Man in the Music: The Creative Life and Work of Michael Jackson (Sterling, 2011). He holds a PhD in American Literature and Culture from the University of Rochester. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Slate, The Huffington Post, and PopMatters.

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