Student politics

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    The general view against student politics is that they are immature and it is likely that they will be easily misguided by clever agents from politics altogether, they will remain political lobbies even when they are grown up and they will be more easily misled in later life on account of their ignorance and inexperience.

    The famous philosopher Aristotle says, “Every human being is apolitical being.” At schools, colleges and universities students read history, public administration, civics, political philosophy and political economy. If they can understand these things in the abstract, why should they be kept away from the concrete realities of life? Secondly, it is true that students may discover late in life that the interest they took in politics in the early was on the wrong lines and they might change their opinions.