Hillary Rodham Clinton is among potential presidential candidates who have expressed an interest in having a national service program for Americans ages 18 to 28.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is among potential presidential candidates who have expressed an interest in having a national service program for Americans ages 18 to 28. File photo The Associated Press
Hillary Rodham Clinton is among potential presidential candidates who have expressed an interest in having a national service program for Americans ages 18 to 28. File photo The Associated Press

John M. Crisp: There is little enthusiasm for a national service program for young adults

January 05, 2015 06:00 AM

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