From the 13 year old Mumia Abu Jamal to the 80 year old Pete Seger, what does it take for an individual to become involved and to stay involved in issues of social justice? What leads some people to get involved while others feel overwhelmed or uncertain? These are some of the questions addressed in
??Soul of a Citizen: Living with a Conviction in a Cynical Time, a new book by Paul Rogat Loeb.
- Paul Rogat Loeb, associated scholar at Seattle’s Center for Ethical Leadership and author of the book ??Soul of a Citizen: Living with Conviction in a Cynical Time. He has commented on social involvement for the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times and other publications.
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