Columns: Only some of country’s young now independent Americans

I often worry about today’s young growing up in a country where everybody is liable to be under secret government surveillance, with nearly all of these Americans never having violated any law. How much expectation of individual constitutional liberty can these young citizens have?

But now I am somewhat heartened by the results of a recent (reliable) poll by Quinnipiac University described in a Nov. 18 lead editorial in the New York Post:

“In 2008 and 2012, millennials — voters between ages 18 and 30 — came out in a big way for Barack Obama.”

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