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Voting With Our Pants Down: Why 44 Million Young Voters have the Power to Begin the World Over Again Paperback – October 1, 2008
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About the Author
In 2004 Rob and a friend, college seniors and political opposites, compiled and edited the country s first non-partisan political anthology, What We Think: Young Voters Speak Out. As a result of his work on that project, Rob was interviewed on CNN, MSNBC, and had a one-hour long book presentation air in it s entirety on CSPAN s Book TV. In 2005, Rob graduated Magna cum Laude with a degree in finance from Gonzaga University. He s an avid traveler who has lived in four countries and visited over thirty. He speaks fluent German and conversational Spanish and Italian. Rob is deeply passionate about young voters, has delivered keynote addresses on the topic at venues across the country and, for the past four years, has dedicated himself to learning about his peers and the profoundly powerful voting bloc of 44 million they represent.
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Grabow draws heavily from submissions to his first book, "What We Think" and uses those topics to illustrate the young voter psyche. Being a member of the Millennial Generation, Grabow can write about his peers in a way very few other (and older) authors can. Refraining from touting much of his own political leanings, Grabow instead relies on statistics (and sometimes personal experience) to explain how youth are voting. After reading this book it is clear the author knows his subject matter personally. As a fellow member of the Millennial Generation, I appreciate the research and candor in depicting young voters.
The author is young and touts his already impressive resume of traveling the globe and meeting people from all over the world. His youth and his multicultural experience serve him well, as he is able to cull from a wide range of sources good insight into the future of American politics. Some stories made me laugh, others made me excited, some even frustrated - but without a doubt, by the end I had a better feeling for the political landscape that is to come. What better to have in the midst of a presidential race that has been focused on 'change'?