Right on Campus

Friday, June 04, 2004

In these polarized times, the politically savvy find allies wherever they can. College campuses are usually regarded as hotbeds of liberalism, but conservatives also see them as fertile ground. Since 1979, the Leadership Institute has trained 30,000 students to be conservative political operatives. The Virginia-based think tank hosts seminars, classes and internships, and offers lessons in everything from candidate development to starting college newspapers. On the Media's Sarah Lemanczyk reports.

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