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College students get A+ for their interest in social justice
[North Sports Final , C Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Activism; Social policy; College students
Author: Keller, Julia
Date: Apr 16, 2002
Start Page: 2
Section: Tempo
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Her essays appear regularly in Time and Harper's magazines and other national publications. Her most recent book is "Nickel and Dimed: A Journalist Reports on Low-Wage America," in which she describes her experiences as a minimum-wage worker. [Barbara Ehrenreich]'s writing is lucid and forthright, with a passionate indignation over systematic injustice that simmers just beneath the smooth surface. She combines the rhetorical elegance of a great prose stylist with the fighting spirit of an old-fashioned muckracker.

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