Author PAUL ROGAT LOEB has revised his acclaimed 1999 volume on the roles we can all play in making our communities serve us and our neighbors better – from the nagging neighborhood issue right up through global climate change. The pride and satisfaction of civic engagement – even in these most trying times – is that intangible sense of being in and of the world and living a meaningful life – the very Soul of a Citizen. (Podcast below)
TTT’s ANDY DRISCOLL talks at length with Paul Loeb about the way this works and ways it might not, admitting that this edition reflects a darker mood across the country even as he encourages continued involvement in civic life.
[Paul Loeb appears at First Unitarian Society in Minneapolis Weds, April 21st, 7:00PM and at 3:30PM Thursday, April 22nd, at Coffman Bookstore of the University of MN.]