1. Editor's Introduction
  2. Trygve Throntveit
  3. pp. iii-v
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  1. Guest Editors' Introduction
  2. David Weerts, Dennis Ross
  3. pp. vi-x
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  1. Conceptualizing Civic Renaissance as Social Movement
  2. John Wood Jr.
  3. pp. 1-15
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  1. Repairing America's Roots: The Citizen Professional Challenge
  2. Harry C. Boyte
  3. pp. 16-41
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  1. Using K–12 Schools to Promote Civic Engagement through Economic Literacy
  2. Anand R. Marri
  3. pp. 74-89
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  1. The Role of Public Schooling in Preparing Youth for Civic Reasoning and Engagement
  2. Carol D. Lee
  3. pp. 90-99
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  1. Uncommon Schools: Citizen-Centric Institutions of Higher Education and the Development of Democratic Professionals
  2. Albert W. Dzur
  3. pp. 100-118
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  1. Addressing Perceptions of Bias in the Ivory Tower
  2. Kristin Van Dorn
  3. pp. 119-137
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  1. The American Democracy Project: Equipping Students with the Knowledge, Skills, and Experiences to be Informed and Engaged Citizens
  2. Felice Nudelman
  3. pp. 138-152
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