Participation in civic life and turnout in elections is not the same across dem


Participation
in civic life and turnout in elections is not the same across
demographic groups in U.S.society. It varies by age, race, gender,
income, and a variety of other characteristics. How serious a problem
is this for U.S. society and for the legitimacy of American democratic
institutions? Present evidence from the readings or lectures to explain why you say this?
Based
on your assessment of how serious a problem this phenomenon is to
democratic governance, what steps should be taken by government and by
private organizations to enhance civic participation and voting?


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