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Dear College Students (And Recent Grads)

Dear College Students (and Recent Grads), Please take 10 minutes to read these 1,200 words about the upcoming presidential election. It matters. I swear. You don't know me; but I know you. Sort of. I'm a professor of English in New York City. My students, from all over the city and all over the country, are a lot like you, so I'm writing to you as if you're all my students.
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